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... style coffee shop earlier and I doubled back for a quick capuchino. What surprised me more than anything was picking up the questions I was being asked by the barista. After all, coffee these days is no more about someone pouring coffee from a pot straight into your cup.
Today it is an art form.
There are T-shirts to prove it. And tattoos.
There's probably a Starbucks Academy.
I managed to negotiate the fact that ...
... caught a nice coach with comfy seats and air conditioning.....ahhhhh, nice after the long hot day. Got into Progreso around 8 and caught the Chixcalube bus ................not so ahhhhhhhh. Another rickety bus with one window replaced by a chalkboard, another needing a few screws to keep it in place. But, we made it home.
It was a long day with temps around 30 so it was a couple of pina coladas and off to ...
... 1.50 & she made a nice job of it too! Chilled out at our apartment before we went for dinner at an awesome bar/restaurant called La Guapachosa (#3 on trip advisor and just around the corner). They had their own craft beer and delicious modern mexican food, also amazing mojitos!! Great music and a good vibe.
We basically had another full day in Mexico City before flying to Merida so we went to Plaza de Republica, the big park and the ...
Mérida was a nice change from the hot beach town which is Tulum. It's an 4-hour bus drive to get there (282 MXN with ADO) and the city doesn't lie on the sea shore so it was a relief for our sunburnt skin.
We started our first day there by having a great breakfast at "Chaya Maya" in the city center. They have delicious breakfasts and the service is exceptional! We tried some Yucatán ...
... to go.
Just after 5 pm we pulled into Merida. Good timing as it was only 8 hour trip. usually a bit more. We had several road works along the way plus those speed bumps!
Dinner was at 7 pm so I took the opportunity to have a quick wander around Merida. Thank armed with map and following the crowds along ...