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Up next was a look inside the beautiful Universidad Yucatan´s central building and the remarkable Teatro Jose Peon Contreras. This place has attracted my attention due to a cacophony of bugles and cymbols that was a cross between a military band an d then some classical music that sounded more like an orchestra. I was not allowed to see them inside, though I could look around and take photos. There was also a gallery of contemporary art inside.
... have contributed to Chichén Itzá's downfall.
Recently this World Heritage site was accorded another honor. In a worldwide vote Chichén Itzá was named one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.
After a morning walking around Chichen Itza, we went for an incredibly delicious brunch where Dario and i mostly opted for tacos which were incredible fresh and tasty. We then high tailed it back to our Hacienda to rest our tired feet, take a swim in the ...
I felt pangs of sadness in the morning as I said goodbye to the hostel staff, and of course Eddy, Astrid and Jon. I think Jon was happy to be going home soon having spent six weeks on the road prior to arriving in Cancún. He had a cool day planned though, a 30 km bike ride with Manu, a member of the hostel staff.
The bus ride to Mérida was extremely straightforward and somewhat enjoyable; the bus was air conditioned and roomy so it was quite comfortable. I ...
... a top bloke and we even sat together at lunch and had some good conversations and we exchanged info when we finished the tour at the end of the day so he could send up more info and we can stay in touch, he was heading to Cuba after Merida. The Chichen Itza site is the most popular in all Mexico ruin sites, people were everywhere and due to it not being a very big spot it seemed to make it look like the place was packed. The tour was pretty good, the tour guide gave us ...
... to fifty, then find/ chase them round the 40 degree play park.
When we left Merida, I think we were all pretty sad to say goodbye. Emotional. We had equally good times with the adult
group, despite all going in very nervous. For the first few sessions we were
only teaching three guys: the comisario (sheriff), Juan, and frankly all of our
favourites, Fabien; the slightly camp but very good English speaking shop owner
who put all of our Spanish to shame. ...