Here we see a re-enactment of the Mayan culture.
Complete with the Mayan God, Choc Mool. They were even doing fake sacrifices whenever the parade stopped long enough. At least I think they were fake.
I'm not sure what speciality she is advertising for her village. Moonshine in twine wrapped bottles?
This beauty was displaying skeins of henekin, or twine, which was produced in the Yucatan on huge plantations.
Imagine the hours he spent putting this together.
I think the above guy and this girl were supposed to be some sort of Mayan deity. Just a guess on my part.
Here we have picked henekin "drying" in the sun on racks.