After I had come down I had a snack.
As we were walking back we saw a bird had made a nest in a very low tree and a fat little chick was loudly crying out as if to say, 'Feed me.' Later as we were walking back towards the exit we saw two bikers suddenly halt to let an orange snake with black stripes that looked venomous pass. The snake paid them no attention and slithered off into the bushes.
Next we drove to the town of Valladolid to eat lunch in a restaurant that was in a courtyard of a mansion. Then we went to look in a ferreteria (ironmonger, not a place where you buy ferrets) for a juicer but we didn't find one. Next we drove to a hotel in Chichén-Itzá. We went to a convenience store called Oxxo to get some sandwiches. While we were eating rain started coming down in buckets. ['Buckets'
|Feed me! Feed me!|
|The world's strongest person. [I knew I should never have let him watch 'Despicable Me'. Ed]|
|He shoots! He scores!|
|Mayan noughts and crosses? X cheated and still lost.|
Yesterday we got up and had breakfast very early and drove to Chichen-Itzá. When we got in the place was like a ghost town. The main pyramid was huge and made in layers like a cubed wedding cake. Also there was the biggest ball court with a small building at the end. I said maybe the Mayans used it as the press box for ball games. After around two hours vendors came out and started to try to sell us little souvenirs and other bits of junk. Then a lot of tour buses started to arrive.
We drove to Merida and had lunch in another courtyard restaurant. Next we found a juicer and we also got an electric tennis bat to kill bugs with. We also saw some cool D.I.Y. solar-powered robots in the electric tennis bat shop. Next we drove to our hotel which was much better than our last one. It had nice comfy beds, AC, and a patio. I shared a chicken sandwich with my sister in the restaurant for dinner and then we went to bed.