Hotel Plaza Mirador
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... another. However here they are all simply numbered, so that there is a calle (street) 70 running north to south, but there is also one running east to west.
And that applies right across the city. It does pay attention to keep and eye out for the position of the sun (I kid you not) as that gives you a heads up as to where east and west are.
Then again I prefer to use my compass. Saves any guess work.
... Merida. Wandered around the town a bit and stopped in for a cervesa and a bite to eat. Ellen and I went for the Canadian chicken parmesan, Chris went for Mexican fish and David, the Queens Arm. An egg wrapped in pumpkin seed puree. Not fussy on that but the chicken and cervesa was delicious.
Went on a hunt for bathing suits and found nothing downtown. Caught a local bus out to a Walmart . Another not ...
... number of iguanas. They were literally everywhere, some of them reaching a solid size. They didn't seem to be aggressive or anything, on the contrary they always tried to escape whenever we got a bit closer. Since we didn't bother them they stayed cool and relaxed. At the end of the day we were already used to them. In our mind Uxmal and iguanas will be related forever :)
In order to get back we had to wait by the main road until the next bus passed by ...
Woke up to the bus driver shouting on the creaky microphone arghhhhhhh! Did not sleep properly and still feeling the effects of the dramamines and my throat was hurting (probably from the air conditioning), this isn't going to be a great day.... We arrived at the hotel at around 8am all of us still half asleep. Ernesto told us that if we wanted to do activities today, we needed to be ready at 8.30am to ...
... 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 ...