Hotel Merida Santiago
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... you would think.
I need to set the scene here.
I'm wearing what is basically an Inter Milan football shirt (minus the club badges, logos and any sponsors names - in other words the template for what is used as a club shirt made by Nike - and the manufacturer's name is important here). Made of clima-fit material which is great in this type of hot climate, it is the classic blue and black footie shirt and because it has no markings on it, sort ...
... br> It is located 62 km south of Mérida, capital of Yucatán state in Mexico. Its buildings are noted for their size and decoration. Ancient roads called sacbes connect the buildings, and also were built to other cities in the area such as Chichén Itzá, Caracol and Xunantunich in modern-day Belize, and Tikal in modern-day Guatemala.
Its buildings are typical of the Riley Kand Puuc style, with smooth low walls that open on ornate friezes based on representations of typical ...
... has bought a local hat that the Mexicans wear called a Panama he thinks he's **** hot in this thing and wont take it off his head. Today we did an open tour bus around the city and surrounds, he was waving to the local men and they would wave back, he says "see Deb now they think Im one of them" lol
Its pretty hot and humid her, just like home but this afternoon it rained and has cooled down a little thank god. Have ...
Merida was a welcome change from Cancun, though I'm glad I spent some time in Cancun to see what all the fuss is about...though as a shop assistant told me today, "we just think of Cancun as "gringoland"", he has a point. Merida has been crowned as the cultural capital of the Yucatan state and is filled with numerous museums and a lot of pastel coloured colonial style buildings. However due to the close vicinity to ...
... I loved every minute of it, but I can't help but partly wish I could have completed that much on the Appalachian Trail today and wake up tomorrow to mountain ridges and solitude and only the sounds of my own footsteps, breath and nature. Instead, I'm headed to a fair dedicated to the indigenous Maya. Should there by any "living Maya" (as they are called) I bet they will have a similar longing to leave this concrete and return ...