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Started the day with Rodrigo's famous enchiladas for breakfast....blue corn tortillas filled with chicken, onions and tomatoes, covered in a sauce of green Verde, cilantro and hot sauce and topped with sour cream and shredded cheese. Another delicioso breakfast.
Went to the Progreso market which is very different from ours at home. There were so many fruits and veggies that we didn't recognize. We did pick ...
... we went to the Governor's Palace to see amazing murals that depict the history of Merida. Then, we went to the market at "Merida en domingo." So much fresh fruit, vegetables, spices and PEOPLE. During free time, we swam at the hotel and then went on our first public bus ride to Altabrisa (mall) to meet our homestay mamas. I took my host mom, Nenuca, and her daughter, Paulina, out for ice cream. (The vanilla ice cream is so much richer than in the US!). My mom works for ...
... times). However it really was a great time, and an impressive
natural facet of the region.
Our other daytrip was to the ancient wonder of the world,
Chitchen Itza. Despite all the fairly expensive transport and entrance fees, we
all gritted our teeth and shelled out the cash, to be met with a pleasantly
awesome day out. After a 2 hour bus journey we hopped off the bus and into the
site, and the first thing we saw was the gigantic monolith of El ...
... Magician, Nunnery Quadrangle and the Grande pyramid, it sets your imagination running. I was seeing an ancient sorcerer standing at the top of his pyramid with staff in hand and lightning bolts coming from the sky!! Wait, no that was a book I read!
Leaving Uxmal, we headed for Saint Elena for a few days. This area has a large collection of Mayan ruins, a great base for exploration. We stayed at the Flycatcher Inn, ...
... the campsite.
The campsite was amazing, right next to another Cenote which was so deep we couldn't see it as the sun was starting to go down. There was a grass area where we set up our tents, around 15 of them, outdoor eating area next to the kitchen, and an alberca, which is the Mexican name for a swimming pool! Dinner was served and marked the start of a weekend full of panuchos, salbutes and empaņadas. The very thing that gave me Revancha. ...