Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Bus Trip to Chichen Itza
Just before we got to Chichen Itza, the bus stopped for a potty break and to pick up our lunch. Of course, there were many vendors with traditional clothing, art, and Mayan artifacts.
It was a clean, well-arranged place. We had been told that their prices were a little higher than the vendors at Chichen Itza, but that didn't seem to matter. There were many shopping bags carried back on the bus.
I rarely buy souvenirs when we travel. I have photos to remember where we have been, and really don't need Mayan calendars or little plastic Mayan gods to sit on my mantle. It was a nice break from the bus, however, and we had a lot of fun talking to the other people on the excursion.