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Playa del Carmen & Tulum

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Well after a couple of weeks on another planet (Cuba) it was good to get back to the real world. We headed straight from Cancun airport to Playa del Carmen to check it out. Nothing much to say about this joint, but we were back lying on a Caribbean beach. The joint was a bit Gold Coast like for my liking, heaps of tourist shops and food joints were overpriced, but I was happy the hostel had internet and I spent the whole night catching up on two weeks of footy news and fixing my dreamteams.

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After one night we got back on the road down the coast to Tulum, a town famous for its cliff-edge ruins.

See the itinerary of this trip, and details about each destination.

Yep more friggin rocks. Anyway we jumped on our bikes and headed in to check out the ruins only to be faced with 3 rather annoying things.
1. It was 38 degrees;
2. There was thousands of tourists there;
3. Rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks.

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and my final tribute to the masses of tourists:

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Anyway whilst walking around in a delirious state we came up with the compilation album from Mayan Records “Rock of Ages” for the ancient ruins. Some cracking tunes including:
1. Rock Your Body – JT
2. Rock and Roll all Night – Kiss
3. Rock n Roll aint Noise Pollution – ACDC
4. Rock It – Little Red
5. Rock and Roll High School – The Ramones
6. Rock the Casbah – The Clash
7. Rock this Town – The Stray Cats
8. Rock Show – Blink 182
9. Ruins – Cat Stevens
After a “solid” hour of walking around I decided it was “hardly” worth hanging around anymore so I said to Fi – “Lets get the rock out of here”.
In reflection the ruins were quite spectacular with the ocean in the background!

Next stop Gran Cenote for some snorkelling in a cave. It was great to hit the water and explore this cenote. To my surprise I came up for a rest at one point only to hear “Hey Chris” from a masked couple. They then revealed themselves to be Trent and Kel, a couple of fellow mixed netball legends from our glory days at Carlton YMCA.

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Was a nice surprise to see a familiar couple of faces, so off we went in their hire car for the afternoon to Coba ruins.
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As much as my previous entries may bag the ruined formation of rocks, these ones were impressive. The highlight being the big fella pyramid standing 50 odd metres tall and providing a wonderful view from atop.

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And that was the end of our Mexican adventure…that night we boarded the world’s most over air conditioned bus and headed for the border…next stop Belize!

Posted by chuddfi 17:31 Archived in Mexico Comments (0)

Anything goes in Cuba

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Today on our flight from Havana to Cancun it was proven once and for all that anything goes in Cuba. You can imagine Fi's surprise when she found out that the seat next to her was occupied by a dog. A 40kg big Dribbling Boxer dog...pisser

Posted by chuddfi 20:51 Archived in Cuba Comments (1)

Valley of Vinales

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This is a little village in a valley surrounded by big limestone mountains full of caves. Plenty of natural beauty in this great little village. Had another lovely lady take us in for the few nights and did some exploring of caves.

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Took a day trip to a remote isolated island up north known as Cayo Jutias. Was about 30 odd people there for the whole day and the water was the clearest we’ve seen.

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Did a bit of celebrity spotting down in Vinales. First Aker rode past on a bike, and then had a mojito with none other than Serena Williams.

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Dropped in on a school to see what kids that were learning looked like.

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A local car park

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Did as the locals do and hung on our porch a fair bit. Old gramps was a bit hard to understand…even for the Spanish speakers listening, Fi and him had many conversations where neither understood a single word.

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Checked out San Tomas Caves, 40 odd kms of caves over 7 levels, saw some bats and some stalagmites and stalactites, but not Batman.

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Anyway back to Havana for a couple of nights before getting back to Mexico.

Posted by chuddfi 20:18 Archived in Cuba Comments (0)

Caribbean time...

Trinidad, La Boca & Playa Ancon

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We felt that hitting Havana was like going back in time, but it was nothing compared to the city of Trinidad. Here there were almost more horse and carts than cars, and all the locals bought their produce from these travelling markets. We stayed out of town by a beach known as La Boca which was our first taste of the Caribbean. A sleepy beach town a 5 minute hitch hike down the road from the main drag. Was great saving money on cabs by just jumping in random cars and buses that pull over to give you a ride.

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The highlight of Trinidad was our days spent down at Playa Ancon which is a peninsular with a great beach.

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Next stop…the valley of Vinales

Posted by chuddfi 19:45 Archived in Cuba Comments (0)

Havana good time

stepping back in time

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Sometimes when you travel you land in a place that is from another planet…Cuba is one of those. Well maybe not another planet, but undoubtedly another time in history. For the old codgers in our families reading this, think back to the 1950s and maybe insert a couple of modern things like air conditioners, Messi and Ronaldo soccer tops, and SMSing on a mobile phone, but keep the rest exactly the same, and you are in Cuba.

What a backwards joint. The greatest collection of 1950s cars we never see around anymore exist here. (Think Grease Lightning). Having said that, there is probably a reason the rest of the world don’t use them anymore, and that’s cause nearly all of them are mechanically rooted. There clearly isn’t an EPA working in Cuba…as every single one of these cars would be off the road.

Horse and carts are as plentiful as cars on the streets, pizza ovens made from 44 gallon drums are everywhere, no one has access to the internet, nothing is computerised, a doctor earns $25 dollars a month, there is no advertising of any product anywhere (besides Havana Club Rum)….just a different place to experience.

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Righto enough of teaching you stuff…so we landed in Havana quite anxious about how the hell this country works. We knew about the 2 currencies (one for the Cubans and one for the tourists -worth 25 times more), and we knew you just stay in people’s houses not hotels and they cook your meals – sounded easy. Thanks to Myles (an English expat on our flight who lives in Cuba) we landed on our feet scoring accommodation at a lovely family casa right in Centro Habana.

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First impressions: We kept getting told by people that Havana was so safe, but walking the streets was something out of the Bronx and at first we were a touch concerned. 6 and a half foot tall Cubans built like brick sh*thouses just hanging outside their houses was slightly intimidating. Our balcony was a great place to watch this new world go by. Safety wise I felt about as safe as the time i was in the Tenderloin region (read gangster) of San Fransisco with my dear friend David Warner who turned to the clearly black and clearly gay fella sitting next to us at the bar and asked him: “What’s life like being both black and gay in America?”
Our first impressions couldn’t have been further from the truth in the end. We quickly learnt that all Cubans, despite being desperate for your dollar, were very nice and helpful indeed.
So we set about just walking the streets of Havana for days. Saw the sights, churches, fountains, town squares, and old colonial buildings as with most cities in the Americas. Add to it live music and dancing, horse drawn carts, thousands of amazing cars and $2 mojitos and we have ticked off Havana.

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Went to our first museum for the trip and it was a winner – Musea de la Revolucion was all about Cuba’s fight for independence and all the history about Che and Fidel…learnt a bit.

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Our host family even took us to the baseball to watch the mighty Havana Industriales have a win. A $2 bribe saw us in for 50 cents like the locals instead of the $5 tourist price (a common rort in Cuba).

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Went to the Plaza of the Revolution. Basically a big monument that looked like something out of Canberra, and some big sky scraper sized homages to Che and the fiddler Castro. And a collection of propaganda on billboards everywhere talking up the perfection that socialism brings to their world. I will probably get hunted down for this entry....oh no hang on they have no internet so i can say what i want.

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Time to move on though…and we were off to Trinidad and the Caribbean.

Posted by chuddfi 19:28 Archived in Cuba Comments (0)

Chichen Itza to Cancun to Cuba!

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After a solid couple of weeks of checking out stuff made out of stone that was built a thousand years ago we felt it fitting to check out one of the most impressive of them all, Chichen Itza.

A massive pyramid like looking structure was the highlight of a park full of other more ruined ruins. Definitely an interesting morning and well worth the stopover.

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With a few hours until our bus departure we headed up the road to a very impressive Cenote which is basically a massive hole in the Earth with a watering hole 20 metres below. Was great to have a dip in there and jump in off the platform.

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See the itinerary of this trip, and details about each destination.

Next stop is America’s playground…Cancun…im gonna chug beer all night and Fi is going to take her top off everywhere we go so we fit in.
After a night of wild partying (sleeping) we are off to Cuba.

Posted by chuddfi 08:26 Archived in Mexico Comments (0)

Merida

at least we had a pool...

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Not the greatest town going around. It was the Sunday fair which meant there were some great food stalls and live entertainment going on in the Zocalo, but we found ourselves sitting by the pool all arvo at this stopover. On a positive note I calculated whilst by the pool that it was Monday morning and school was returning so started feeling really good about where I was at!

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This is the oddest couple we have ever seen!

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Posted by chuddfi 08:05 Archived in Mexico Comments (1)

Campeche

A painted town that would make Mr.Dulux Weathershield very proud...

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This place was a wonderful little town. Nothing much to it besides the greatest collection of painted houses ive ever seen in my life. Its like they got together and said I will paint mine pink, and I will paint mine green etc. This place was a great stopover for us and it made for some fun photography.

On a negative note this joint has almost no restaurants and wandering the streets on an empty stomach nearly drove me to Burger King…I showed strength.

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Forgot to mention that this great town is also enclosed by the original fortress wall which surrounds the town. And also its got a very impressive cathedral and its next to the water!

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Next stop Merida

Posted by chuddfi 07:57 Archived in Mexico Comments (0)

Palenque

Welcome to the Jungle

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The wild man of Borneo has returned! I’m back in the jungle after all these months…this time I brought my Jane.
Palenque is a collection of amazing ruins found in the Mexican jungle. Our accommodation was in the Jungle Palace, basically a cute little shack amongst the trees and howling monkeys.

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Got pretty excited about Carlos taking us on a tour the following day.

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Our trip to Palenque was great, and without a doubt the best bunch of ruins we have looked at. The ruins are the biggest and most spectacular we have seen.

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After a couple of hours Fi dropped the line of the trip so far…”Im ruined”. Genius work by her…disappointed I didn’t come up with that gem.
That afternoon we headed off to Agua Azul and some other waterfall which were both cracking waterfalls and swimming holes.

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Next stop Campeche.

Posted by chuddfi 07:29 Archived in Mexico Comments (0)

San Cristobal de Las Casas

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After a luxurious overnight bus our next few days were spent wondering around the beautiful San Cristobal de Las Casas. Once again a lovely old town in the colonial style with some very impressive churches and a great little zocalo.

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Found the great John Bosco...Salesian pride

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We were unlucky enough to be there for the weekend markets, so cut a few laps of the markets which was a blast.

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One of the big attractions is a church atop a hill...quite a few steps later and we were there.

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The whole week has been the Easter celebration so there was a mini festival going on, which involved bit of live music…hadn’t heard of any of the bands.

Fi managed to sort out a sweet deal for the bridesmaids dresses from a local designer. Hope the girls like them.

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Got a bit active one day and hired bikes to cruise the country side to the town Chamula…turns out it is completely uphill, and coupled with the 30 degree heat, it was a bit of a blow out. On the positive side it was easy on the way home.

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Next up Palenque

Posted by chuddfi 07:15 Archived in Mexico Comments (0)

Oaxaca

(Pronounced Wo-ha-ka)

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The last few days we have spent in beautiful Oaxaca. Here it is in map form


Its an old colonial city with little cobblestone streets based around a Zocalo (city centre square thingy). The town is known for its galleries and artists come from all around Mexico to work and display their work here. We didn’t go to any galleries because we just couldn’t choose which one to go to and it wasn’t worth the fighting. I am a big sculptures fan from my Plaster Funhouse parties as a child, whereas the traditional Fiona is caught in the post-baroque oil canvas period (I don’t even know what that means).

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After an afternoon of walking the streets looking at more cathedrals, big gazebos and roads made out of stones we felt the time had come to jump on our first official tour the following day. It was about time we learnt something about what we were looking at.
So off we went on a bus with 14 Spanish speaking tourists and us two Spanglish speaking Aussies ready to learn heaps off our bilingual tour guide. In a bizarre twist the guide persisted to ramble on in Spanish for two minutes at a time, and then turn to us and amazingly translate those whole two minutes into 2 English sentences. Talent right there!
First stop was a town called Tula home to the world’s oldest tree. With a diameter of 14 metres and a weight of 640 tonnes it sure was a big fella.

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Next stop was the ancient township of Mitla and its famous archaeological site which used to be the original civilization of the Oaxaca city. It hasn’t been maintained to well in the past 1000 years so now it just resembles some more ruins and a few old tombs. As you can see the knowledge from the tour is paying off isn’t it.

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Next stop was a rug-making joint. Doesn’t sound to “highlights reel material” does it, but we were more than pleasantly surprised by this stopover. The nice old lady showed us how she makes all the different colours from natural materials to dye the wool, no artificial dyes used at all, quite fascinating watching everything from plants to flowers to rocks to squashed cactus parasites being used to make every colour of the dulux colour chart. Fi and I were nearly the proud owners of a new rug for a house we don’t even have, but my powers of reasonable/sensible talking were the big winners here…on a positive note Fi now has a lovely new scalf that may feature in the later months of this trip…stay tuned.

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Next we were off to Mezcal factory – well when I say factory it’s a shed with a hole surrounded by rocks (cooker), a little dirt track for a donkey that pushes a massive heavy stone around (squasher) and a bunch of barrels (fermenters). Amazing to think that in 2012 they are so backward and traditional in the production of the national beverage. This drink is from the same plant as tequila, and it is some simple changes to the production that cause the different tasting drink. (tastes the same to me).

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Anyway about 6-7 shots later and we were back on the bus, somewhat lightheaded, and heading for lunch. The tour guide told us Mezcal makes you hungry and I proceeded to prove that correct as I took on the buffet lunch. The highlight for me was having a crack at the local delicacy of grasshoppers…pretty salty. The highlight for the promiscuous Fiona was getting it on with the Mexican waiter (he gave her a peck on the cheek, but don’t let that ruin your imagination)….for the record she didn’t comment on the flavour.
The final stop of the tour was the most spectacular indeed. A former waterfall at the top of a mountain has been paid homage by a massive man-made swimming pool atop a cliff-edge. The tour guide said not to get in it unless the water was clear and you could see the bottom. The water was somewhat clear, but more on the pasty/cloudy side…but we were on a cliff edge so in I jumped. Couldn’t be worse than the Ganges or the Mekong both of which ive conquered by swim…and used as a toilet.

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To finish off our Oaxaca adventure we caught a cab up the hill to Monte Alban which is a bunch of ruins that represent the original civilisation of Oaxaca.

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Next stop is the mighty San Cristobal de Las Casas

Posted by chuddfi 20:29 Archived in Mexico Tagged churches art buildings Comments (0)

The Adventure Begins

27 hours getting from A to B

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Well the time had come...after a long time planning it was finally time to hit the road and get in that big bastard the Qantas A380.

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The trip from Melbourne to LA was a direct 14 and a half hour flight...lucky the entertainment was good. On a positive note i was able to perform my own little movie marathon on the flight over smashing out "Moneyball", "Inglorious Basterds", "A Few Best Men", "The Artist", "The Hurt Locker" and the 3 hour marathon that is "The Godfather". Probably shoud have slept, but got on a roll and couldnt help myself.

A quick change over of 3 hours and we were finally on route to Mexico...next stop Mexico City!

What a place...ive almost never seen so many people in the one spot in my life. 25 million people live in this city and im pretty sure they have all individually got in my way at some point. So we did some power tourism over the past two days. We are staying at Hostel Amigo right in the Centro Historico (I'll let you work out what that means). Checked out the massive square Zocalo which is surrounded by a Catholic Cathedral (Catedral) and the Palacio Nacional, both pretty spectacular indeed.

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Today we jumped on a bus headed for Teotihuacan which is home to the City of Gods and some big ass Pyramids. Climbed them with about 5,000 of the 5 foot Mexicans staring at us like we were from Mars. Great views from the top and even took the time to pretend i was praying for rain like the locals were (made for a good pic).

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Once back in town we walked down 5 De Mayo (Bourke Street Mall) checking out the Alameda Central (kinda like Trafalgar Square) and home to the Palacio de Bellas Artes (Arts Palace). Heaps of massive sculptures lying around and another couple of thousand Mexicans!

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Tomorrow we are off to Oaxaca (Wo-ha-ca)

Posted by chuddfi 06:38 Archived in Mexico Comments (0)

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