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... ingredients of a Bloody Mary but rather than vodka you have a Corona mixed with the tomato juice et al. Claire tried it and I'm not sure she's convinced. (Ed - nope, don't try that one at home). Valladolid and tequila ticked off the list next stop was Merida, the capital of the region. Another couple of hours inland and away from the coast meant more hot and humid weather. So if you want to party it's best to leave it to the cooler evenings. One evening we ventured off to ...
Today was all about food.
Lunch was amazing. Mine and I gobbled up chicken cooked in salsa verde, wrapped in hot tortillas with the Mexican version of sour cream and guacamole. We washed it down with cold iced tea, all the while talking about our beloved pets back home in between and during large bites.
For my Latin American Culture class today, we had to go to "el Mercado," Merida's version of a farmer's market. So. ...
I woke up early as Janine was leaving for Palenque this morning. I said goodbye and then went to have breakfast, my Plan for the day was to visit Chichen Itza one of the most famous Mayan ruins in Mexico. I had heard it is really busy so it is best to go early in the morning. The first bus is at 9am from the bus station. After breakfast I still had an hour before i needed to leave to catch the ...
... the way to the restaurant they chose, as it was tipping it down with rain, but a vegetable soup and a cup of chamomile tea (or te de manzanilla in Spanish) back at the posada sorted me out.
The next day I was feeling better and did a ...
... us in recommended we head to this little concert that was going on not far away. We walked to that and tried to get a corona (but had to settle for sol). At the concert was all sorts of different acts like dancing and singing. We couldn't understand a word as it was all in Spanish but it was still entertaining. There were lots of little stalls set up selling trinkets and food so we tried some traditional Mexican food from the stalls for dinner. We had round chicken ...