El Jardin Bed and Breakfast
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... be honest, the way how Mexican people eat called our attention since our arrival. Let's say they're not the biggest fans of healthy food. Further San Benito is the newer market housing the meat hall, flowers, jewelry and some spices.
Actually we forgot to mention we also passed by the Montejo's House (Casa de Montejo) in the morning since it was situated right next to our hostel. The house is said to be one of the finest examples of the Spanish colonial architecture. It ...
... and it was HOT. The hottest so far I think, but thats ok I thought, the hostel dorms have aircon right? Nope... The good thing is that the dorm was on the 3rd floor and with several large windows/ doors/ balconies which captured alot of wind and the rooms were nice and airey, so in truth it felt pleasant. There was only 1 other guest in the room, an old Canadian lady who was in Mexico for cheaper and better health care... She seemed to be happy with ...
... even considering stopping – cheers mate!
By the time we did arrive back, we tried getting into the ruins but it was too late to even do that, so yeh, whilst the day wasn’t a complete failure we didn’t really get to see anything we came for. Luckily Maya said I could crash with her so had a cheap place to stay for the night before attempting everything again the next morning. During that night also bumped into the Slovakian/Indonesian trio that ...
... encounters.) Then, I joined the Comerys for lunch at Chaya Maya to eat some of their phenomenal poc chuc. It was my first time meeting Emma's parents, and they were awesomely strange and loving people. We then did some craft shopping and I split off to do some self-exploring.
I meandered to Montejo's (the founder of Merida) house, then sat in Plaza Grande for a rest. Two groups of middle schoolers asked if they ...
... even noticing we had been there 6 hours and drank 22 beers and 4 shots of tequila between us, including the meals and the tip, it was about $100aud which at the time I thought we had spent to much, but I think I'm just getting to used to the money over here. Since we got to Mexico, to start with everything was so cheap and we would not mind spending money because we were so used to how expensive everything is comparatively ...