Hurricane Rina neared some of Mexico's most popular beaches Thursday, sending residents fleeing inland.
The Category 1 hurricane was packing 75 mph winds Thursday morning, but forecasters said it could weaken into a tropical storm later in the day.
Rina is expected to skim the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula Thursday night and into Friday, forecasters said.FULL STORY
Bimbo, it was in 1914 when I tried the climb. I am very aged.
You should have had better wind then...
Bimbo, the truth is that it was in 1978.
I still have good wind, and I still have acrophobia.
Oh, that was banasy.
Well, you know I'm 115.
People check me out here, sometimes.
I'm waiting to see a doctor now–I'm fine, though.
Someone told me they don't let you climb the pyramid at Chichen Itza any more either. Coba, I don't know. It's in a pretty wild area. I wonder what Teotihuacan would be like? I wasn't in that part, just the Yucatan.
Im glad the hurricane didnt hit Cancun...