El Jardin Bed and Breakfast
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As tends to happen when you embark upon this type of trip, you pick up little bits of info as you go along. One of the things I learned was that there is a great Yucatec-Mayan settlement just north of Valladolid called Ek Balam. However it would take a taxi or collectivo to get to, as it is a little off the main tourist route. Apparently you can …
... then a pre shower and headed down for a swim. Dylan and most of the group jumped off the platform. Just before 3 we got out and headed up to get changed. Then it was back in the taxi to the restaurant at Sac Be for lunch. Lunch was a buffet and was pretty expensive, but seemed fresh enough. There was lettuce and tomatoes, rice, pasta, tomato sauce, chicken, corn tortillas, yummy pork with lime juice, salsa, corn chips and rice pudding, jelly and fruit for ...
Arrived at nomades hostel around 7.30 with annalena. Had breakfast and got to check in at 9. Had shower as felt gross then chilled in hammock in shade for ages, spoke to mum and kids. Swam in pool. Chilled round pool but was getting bitten again and foot really swelled up from bites so showered and went into Merida to pharmacy and had food. Pol choc or something like that, local pork dish. Came back to hostel and guy singing and playing guitar, Mexican,was nice. Went to bed by 10, ...
... watching the match together, the food vendors, and we even saw the team coach! Needless to say, there was music here too, with a band at each end in constant conversation! Chris said the football was ok, a bit more muscular than at home ... in other words they kept bumping into each other ... but Merida won 2-1 and each time they got a goal we were even sprayed with beer from ...
It having been more than ten years since I needed to get up early for a class or lecture of any sort, I had hoped old habits had died hard. Alas, no. I slept through my alarm on my first day of school and had to leave the hostel in the morning without checking out and without my stuff. Standard.
I arrived a little late but my new teacher, Susana, was relaxed about it. Susana, like my hosts, is Spanish - from Barcelona originally. ...