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... to some isolated but spectacular ruins called Calakmul. And we very nearly did. We found a car company that advertised car hire for just $9 a day. It sounded too good to be true, but we booked a car with them nonetheless and started planning an epic Mexican road trip, complete with a three day supply of home made guacamole to snack on all the way. The morning we planned to leave we walked the 40 minute walk out to the car hire place, brimming ...
... decided we wouldn't let them know we'd had breakfast and when they all arrive we'd have a bit of fruit, telling them we eat like birds. David and Ellen arrived around 9:15 and after interrogation found they had already been down and had breakfast as well and were going to do the same "we eat like birds" story. Rodrigo and Usuri arrived at 9:32 and we sure let them know they were 2 minutes late! lol
... pole spun - bit different but worth the watch. Mexico City done and dusted we taxied to the airport and winged our way to Merida.
We had a lazy morning in Merida making the most of our gorgeous accomodation (see pictures)!! Had a swim and sun bathed whilst we waited for our friends Banksy and Elise to arrive who have bought a car to travel Central and South America. Come the afternoon however it decided to bucket down with torrential rain. ...
... brazo de reina" (hardboiled egg with pumpkin seeds in a spinach-corn-dough) or "queso relleno" (Edam cheese from Holland filled with shredded pork). People in Yucatán also seem to be a bit obsessed with spinach - called chaya - there are spinach smoothies, spinach doughs, spinach desserts, etc. Really delicious! Another traditional drink is an artesanal beer called "Ceiba", made entirely of ...
... food, but none of us except Marcel had any money and were generally really tired so wanted to get back to the hostel. The German guy was getting equally as frustrated as me about being dragged round more shops when just wanting to go to sleep, but at the same time felt it polite to stick around and say thanks to the Mexican girl that had taken us out for the day. Unfortunately Marcel had lost a bit of his novelty after 10 hours and no blue trunks!
So, I was planning ...