How to Behave at an Archaeological Site in Mexico  | Innovative Spanish

How to Behave at an Archaeological Site in Mexico | Innovative Spanish

imagine you’re visiting a famous
psychological site what do you do Allah say Alex Alex here anyone can learn how
to act while visiting an archeological site
in this lesson you’ll learn how mark Sasha and when are visiting Chichen Itza
they are talking to the tour guide let’s watch bienvenidos a Chichen Itza gracias
esta permitido subieron la Pira me de puedo subieron a punta no no esta
permitido debido al des gas de de las estrellas porque no vamos a ver el
observatorio Claro Sigyn me puedo tomar una foto si pero
sin flash por favor puede los ninos nada aquí en uno de you
see now the lesson focus here’s how to ask what you can and can’t
do at an archaeological site all over Mexico’s territory there are ruins of
ancient pre-hispanic civilizations such as Azteca Maha Sabha TECA and karthika
some of the major archaeological sites are chichen itza polenka Teotihuacan
Tenochtitlan monte albán a tagine and la Pira melody Cholula at some sites
such as the Ottawa can it is possible to climb up to the top of
the pyramids in others people can go inside of its ruins like the be
nominated Cholula every place is different so be sure to check with your
guide since the archaeological sites are some
of the main and most visited attractions in Mexico it is common to find signs and
printed information in English some of them also have bilingual tour guides or
headsets that provide English explanations and not only English
resources and other common languages such as French Chinese German and
Japanese are also available if you need to ask a question it is a good idea to
ask if any of the people around you can speak English to do that please ask hi
aunt gaveling list does anyone speak English that way if you would like to
ask permission you can do so with ease an important tip is that at some places
you have to pay a guava and thathe entrance fee there also may be other
guantes fees for actions such as taking pictures or videos so please get
permission from the staff first some places won’t have any fees instead they
will have something called donation literally meaning charity that means
that you decide how much money you would like to give at that particular site if
you want to ask if you can do something at an archaeological site you can say s
that better McGee though is it permitted to and add what you want to do or even
more simply boy though can I and do the same thing remember each site has
it’s own set of rules so make sure you know the ones for the sites you visit
and check with your guide like this quick lesson watch the full
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David Anderson

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