Casa Alvarez Guest House
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... had actually left on time and I would have to wait for the next one!
The ruins of Uxmel were the best ones i had seen so far. They were the best of both Ek balam and Chitzen Itza. No people, huge temples and I could walk all over them. I even found a path that climbed a mountain and had the most amazing view of the ruins poking out the jungle. It was incredible and I felt like the entrepid explorer who had just stumbled upon a hidden ...
... including the highly decorative nunnery.
We would have liked more time at Chichen Itza but we were soon off for a late lunch at a large restaurant catering for tour groups. The buffet was very good and we were entertained by dancers. Then we went to visit a “cenote”. These are sink holes found throughout much of the limestone Yucatan peninsula and popular spots for swimming and relaxing. Once again we found dozens of tour buses already ...
... and they all went well, the last one was this afternoon and I really want this particular job. It is as Sales Manager for one of the nice hotels in the city centre, it is a small boutique hotel and they want to set up a small reservations department. They want someone to be the Sales Manager and take care of the commercial contact with the companies and travel agencies they work with. And also get more presence on the web, working with Tripadvisor, ...
... me with a big hug!!...But, then our
stewardess came and bent down beside my seat...She whispered how much they
appreciated me helping her as they do not speak spanish...Then, she asked if I
liked wine or liquor better...I thought of mis amigos, because I prefer
beer...SO, she brought me a bottle of red wine(that's what they like)....So, as
I write, mis amigos just finished their bottle of red wine...Hence...."Bootin' up and a
bottle of red ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Alvarez Guest House Merida
Breakfast wasn't great but everything else was pretty good.
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