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... was just jungle around us. We arrived in the afternoon after a pretty boring drive and found our charming, old hotel. There's not a lot a lot to do in Valladolid but it's defiantly a great place to spend a couple of days. It's quiet and has a lovely main square full of people sitting on benches relaxing, kids playing and vendors selling food. All the walls of the buildings are painted pastel coloured and there's a beautiful old church.
That evening Mark was tired from the ...
... it was the winner. In the ball court the Echo was different. The walls was build to keep the echo inside the court.
The serpent was a symbol for god. Imagine what the conquistadors thought about their religions snake and what kind of part they where praying to in the Catholic religion.
It was a day tour and it was nice and I got pretty impressed with all the stuff going on with the Mayas.
Until Next time! ...
... continue further inland. Has this come about from the new world swamping the old, or this a process happening within the new itself? Either way, it's slightly chilling seeing the vacated spaces. You wonder where these people are or where they've gone. It's impossible to see the massive resorts, building developments and tourist projects surrounding these places without having some sort of impact.
Entering the city's extremities, the similar sight continues but ...
... paa supermarkedet for aa handle inn litt frokost til neste dag da vi kom i prat med en Mexikar i koen. Han kunne fortelle oss at vi naar som helst – uten problem – kunne komme til han hvis vi trengte Charlie. Jeg, som var mer opptatt av aa betale varene mine jattet bare med karen, men etter at handelen var unnagjort kunne Kristina fortelle meg at vi nettopp var tilbudt litt kokain. Huffameg.
Kristina skulle videre neste dag, saa ...
... of folding chairs set up and I would estimate 200 people attending an outdoor Catholic mass. No wonder the rest of city looked sparse! The owner of the house/nativity was standing at the back of the congregation and I quietly asked if it was OK if I watched and took pictures. "Si,of course," He said and led me up the side for a better photo- op view. He said his name was, fittingly enough, Jesus, pronounced the spanish way of 'Hey-Zeus.' This was a ...