Posada Santiago Guesthouse
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... even a cross between Robocop and Terminator 2, but just about watchable, and entirely in Spanish.
I arrived in Merida in the early evening, checked into Hotel Reforma, a splendid colonial building in the heart of the historical centre, and then went for a bite to eat at Dos Toros Yucatecas. I had pollo asado a la Yucateca, which was chicken thigh with refried beans, avocado, r ed onion, rice, tortillas, lethal habanero salsa, and washed down with Montejo beer.
... and he assured me there was NOTHING that would stop us from the ultimate goal....visiting one of the seven new wonders of the world (our third wonder) Chichen Itza.
First, we flew into Cancun and got our rental car. For those considering a trip to Mexico with a rental car BEWARE!!!! Mexico is the only place I've visited where the prices reserved on the internet are nowhere close to what you'll actually end up paying. For our 4 day rental I reserved with Dollar, ...
... established that I was a beginner as he asked me why and for how long I had been studying Spanish. They were, however prepared to take me on as a student and asked me to come back at 9am the next day.
I decided to head out exploring in the afternoon after nipping back to the hostel to collect some things. Having initially been a little negative about the hostel, I started to warm to it. It's peaceful and has a spiritual feel to it; they offer free yoga ...
Today our plan was to chill out. After a good nights sleep and breakfast we headed into the city for a quick look around the markets in the zocalo and to buy a bandana with a really awesome Mexican skull on it that would look really good as a tattoo. Just after midday we got back to the hotel and spent the afternoon swimming in the awesome pool and lounging in the sun. It was a great afternoon, the weather was perfect and we ...
... did the work. I’m
fairly sure that counts. It was a very exciting morning as we were talked
through the patients’ histories, shown some impressively gory slideshows of
some of the worst injuries and most difficult surgeries he’d performed, and
some general chit chat. As we left though the bombshell was delivered that we
were invited to come and watch him perform orthopaedic surgery on the coming
Monday, so we left in a somewhat ...