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Our last day in the Yucatan
Cenote Zaci, a short walk from the Hotel Zaci, still in Vallidolid.
That is a tree hanging over us. I just now noticed it! ↓
Nice reflection here under the overhang.
Note the stairways, and the innertubes and ropes for swimmers. ↓
Birds circling around inside the cenote cave.
Those are rocks and roots hanging from the cave's ceiling. ↓
Our goal today is eastward, but first we retraced our steps a few miles
to see one of the two Cenotes at Dzinup.
X-keken Cenote at Dzinup (another one of those Dzi- names) is off Hwy 180
I don't know what the pig has to do with anything. ↓
Getting ready to go in, but first listening to the bat noises.
With only a small hole in the ceiling of this cave,
it is a very dark place with little to recommend it (as far as I could see). ↓
Sign: wet stone are slepering.
I am not making fun, I am finding fun.
It reminds me not to worry too much about mistakes.
Mistakes provide humor in an otherwise dangerously slippery (or dangerously boring) world. ↓
Onward to Cancun....
One of the teams of cyclists we saw with religious pictures mounted on each bicycle.
This is one of the holy day activities done for Our Lady of Guadalupe. ↓
With their flags.
Into the Zona Hoteleria out on the sandspit east of the city of Cancun.
This is a REALLY BIG Mexican flag – as big as the bus in this photo,
and the bus is closer to the camera….
This area is so Americanized, it is hardly a wonder
the Mexicans want to remind the tourists where they are visiting. ↓
These several pictures were taken at the Ken-Ha Hotel,
where Mary and Josh are spending their last night. ↓
Through the open air lobby and down the hall toward the pool.
It looks like a real tropical paradise. ↓
↑ To the left and right. ↓
This hotel is on the north-facing side of the hotel zone.
City of Cancun and Puerto Juarez in the distance. ↓
Not crowded; we are still a little bit pre-season.
“Merry Shopping and a Happy New Gift”
say the many signs at the airport.
There is no question about “the reason for the season” in Cancun. ↓
Late in the day, and still not our plane.
Note the Swissport sign on the truck. Do the Swiss own Cancun’s airport? ↓
(Still waiting; our plane was late due to ice in Salt Lake City.) ↓
↑Did you see the reflection of the
neon Bubba Gump Shrimp Company restaurant sign in the window?
Thats all Folks!!
(Thanks for hanging in there with me!)
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