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... of the trip include the girl sitting next to me falling alseep on my shoulder. I think it must be the first time anyone has ever found one of my boney non-existent shoulders comfortable. The site of Chichen Itza was very hot and sweaty, but we got there just before the mass of crowds arrived which was handy. Our guide gave us lots of Mayan history lessons; about human sacrifices, ball games which involved someone being beheaded, and someone climbing the main temple and dying. Nice ...
... with me right now (4 days later).
We spent the next day exploring the
city but stayed in Friday night to rest my leg. Saturday, was the
long bus ride to Tulum, back on the coast. The bus was nice and
played movies but WAY TOO LOUD! My ears were practically bleeding
when we reached Tulum 5 hours later – even with ear ...
... thankfully very nearby). She said I should come back for breakfast - with free breakfast at the hostel this was unlikely but I intend to visit again to see what other delights she has in store!
I walked the short distance to the hostel and found it without difficulty. It doesn't seem as friendly as the last one, or as well equipped. I had the choice of a few top bunks, none of which had sides to prevent you from falling out! The dorm is also exposed to the ...
... swim, because we didn't know about it I hadn't brought anything to swim in. There were way too many people in there anyway and the weather had gone bad, even though it was still hot, it had begun to rain, so as much as I wanted to swim, I didn't. We waited around and browsed the shop for the 45 minutes we had there then we all boarded the bus for the 1.45 hours back to Merida city. We arrived back and got dinner. We were both pretty tired from the big day so we just had a quiet ...
... 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 ...