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We stayed at the Las Arecas for just 1 night but we could've stayed for longer. Mauro was very welcoming and stepping into the guesthouse after a crazy 21 hour bus ride was like stepping into a quiet, cool and cozy oasis. We had a private room with bathroom on the 2nd floor and the room was spacious and comfortable. The location is pretty central - maybe a few blocks from the main centre but it was nice a pleasant walk around town. The price was very decent too.
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Our trip to Merida turns out to be a nightmare, just after 1am in the middle of nowhere we are woken up by an announcement in Spanish we don't quite understand. However, we notice that the bus has stopped and everyone is getting off so we follow suit. We stumble out half asleep and are momentarily blinded by the headlights of police vans …
... show us some of the main sites of this beautiful city. Founded in 1542, Merida still retains much of its old-world charm with a well-preserved Old Town, wonderful museums and city streets alive with art and culture. We walked through the Plaza Grande, with the twin-towered 16th century Cathedral on one side and City Hall, State Government Palace and Casa Mantejo on the others. There was a lot of activity in the plaza, a guy playing funny shaped didgeridoos, dancing ...
... Acanceh is a small town with a huge Franciscan church on one side of the plaza ... and a pyramid on the other whose particular claim to fame is that there are still four stucco masks in situ on the corners.
On to Mayapan, a large site, with a rather disputed history, but nonetheless there remains a main pyramid with some stucco reliefs at the base ...
... not sure when we'll meet. I listened with interest to the bureaucratic they faced to get visas; apparently Samuel's gorgeous German Shepherd, Cora, caused a problem with immigration also. He also gave me a lot of good advice on good things to see in the area. It seems that Mérida is surrounded by beautiful cenotes and ruins - and after the way Samuel talked about Tulum, I'm even keener to go and see it.
I headed to bed about ...
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