Potemkin wrote:Both the Maya and the Europeans were human beings, @Tainari88 - which is to say, they fought each other for glory, for access to resources, for gold, or sometimes just for the hell of it. The Maya were no worse and no better than the Europeans in this respect. And the fate of their civilisation is a warning to us now. We too will suffer the same fate if we do not wake up in time.
Quite true my beloved Potemkin.
Well, I consider myself lucky. I got tons of help cleaning my house, fixing my garden and feeding my son. Since I injured myself the troops were sent in and the Yucatecans did everything for me. I am lucky.
I can rest my bum leg now Potemkin. I am lucky.
BTW, I got an English family that have never been to Mexico before in their lives staying for a month in January. From some place called St Albans? They want to stay in my place because it looks beautiful. I want to do a tourism suggestion thing for them. Uxmal, Mayapan, and everything else. Plus the cenote tour and a restaurant featured on Netflix called Manjar Blanco. It is delicious. I ate there last week! The owner's kids are grown up now and went to the same school as my son. She gave me her business card and I will tell the English guests to go there for authentic world's best Yucatecan cuisine.
English people. Finally Potemkin! The New Zealanders were GREAT guests. See how these turn out eh?