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... honk there horn loudly and repeatedly as they run a red light to let any other potential cars with the green light to stop...I know it's crazy. It is also common for me when walking home from class, to have to move off the sidewalk for an oncoming motorcyclist who rides the sidewalk to get a head of traffic. Surprisingly so, I have only seen two accidents. However, I have been trying to figure out how a country with absolutely no traffic ...
... and other small things, offering Amy and I tastes as he went along. I have always had trouble vacationing and being The American. I hated myself for the fact that I was going to go trot around some old buildings all day while this guy was going to go sell his little peanuts and make barely enough to get by, but certainly never enough for buy his family tickets to the Seventh Wonder of the World that their ancestors helped build. I am reminded time over ...
... Cenotes are underground, or partially underground lakes, with clear blue water. Some of them were even used by the Maya for human sacrifice, as they saw them as a passage to the underworld. The first cenote we arrived at was partially open, with an old staircase down to the water. There was a small platform where you could dive off of. The water wasn't too cold, which wasn't what I expected, since there ...