Angeles de Merida Bed and Breakfast
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... pretty good with Wifi, breakfast and kitchen. Oh yeah warm showers too. I got lucky again with a double bed in a room off the major bunk beds.
I took another expensive tour to Chichen Itza; transportation, guide, and lunch for 420 pesos plus you had to pay 157 pesos for the entrance. The guide was good with his more spiritual description of Chichen Itza but still over priced. The ...
... and it is easy.
The shopping is very similar as in Panama. Similar high quality with very good prices. Prices are as in States so not very cheap as in Panama.
The nice thing here is the avaibility to everything and also here i can walk and carry my camara. Im very sad that you must wait till im home to be able to download the ...
... dinner we went back to the room to shower and pack ready for the morning, then got some sleep.
Sat 17th Mar.
Got up at 8am and went in search of the market to get some breakfast. We soon gave up on that and treated ourselves to a lovely breakfast of cereal, toast and hotcakes (pancakes) with maple syrup in the restaurant, yum! Our bellies full, we finished packing and then checked out of the room and caught a taxi to the bus station.
This afternoon is Sunday and there is some music / festival thing going on in the main square (every Sunday apparently – very cool) so we wander over and have lunch. We are still not brave enough to eat "street food" and opt for a nice looking café which was overlooking the square.
This afternoon’s great adventure is to find a bus station – we came in on Oriente second class and are leaving Primo ...
... young man, a student... really keen on practicing his English and telling us a bit about the history of the Maya and the sights to see in Merida. We listened to his stories for half an hour and really got into it. Finally he asked whether we were up to some shopping for the hand made Maya products - as... he knew just the place. He assured us that the money we would spend there would go to the Maya community and not the government (which would often "steal" from the ...