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... br> We had another two hour drive Merida after that, where we checked in to an awesome old colonial style hotel called 'Hotel Caribe' right in the city centre. Complete with swimming pool which pretty much over looks the main square. Went out for a bit of a walk around the place to get our bearings. Then, ate yet more tacos, drank some wine, and then went to the main square for churros. I kind of wanted to go out boozing, but I don't think it's that sort of group. Could be for the best!
An all-day highly recommended swim in 3 of the local 'cenotes' (sen-o-tays). I know them as sinkholes. These fresh water swimming holes are connected by spectacular limestone caverns and deep underwater rivers ...
... north to Calle 55 (Street 55). Mérida has a pretty rigid grid structure, Cancún was similar but it wasn't quite as regular. Streets running west to east are odd numbered, whilst those running north to south are numbered even. The further west or south you go, the larger the numbers become. This has the effect of making it easier to find a certain address, but more difficult to distinguish the streets from each other. Unbeknownst to me, the streets are not ...
... electronics and working a little more on the tan. We checked out on 12 and got in a cab to the bus station. We purchased our tickets to Cancun and waited about 45 minutes until boarding the bus. The ride was about 4 hours long, we watched a Breaking Bad episode and Men in Black 3 was on the bus tv, but was in Spanish, we could still tell was what going on. Ever since leaving Palenque all the roads have gotten really straight, the bus barely turned a corner, which is the complete ...
... across, Ralf was a good source of information on of life in Yucatan and throughout the trip we learned a couple of interesting facts:
- Merida is the safest city in Mexico, lots of people move here so they can finally drive their expensive car or wear their jewellery without attracting too much unwanted attention.
· Most middle class Mexicans do not cook but instead have a Mayan maid doing most of ...