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We did the "Puuc Route" on Monday and saw no less than five archaeological sites in a scorching heat. When we got to Uxmal, the most important of the sites, I was so beat that I could barely walk. But miraculously, a shot of espresso fixed the problem.
The route goes through a hilly region (Puuc means hills in Mayan), a welcome change after the boring flat plain of the northern Yucatan, making the driving a little more interesting and less prone to exhaustion caused by inactivity at the wheel.
We ended the trip in Campeche on the Western coast and found rock-star parking in front of the hostel we were going to stay at, which is not bad, has Internet access and sells beer.
The set of pictures is mainly made of "old stones", and is probably not as impressive as seeing the ruins in person, but I think there are a few good ones in there.