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... br> It was a very strange place, way out in the suburbs in a shopping mall. They had a live salsa and meringue band, but even though we arrived after 11, for the first half hour we were there, practically nobody was dancing. There was an open bar if you paid for it, but also an option for a lower cover charge for the people who weren't drinking due to still feeling sick. Right before midnight, however, things picked up, with the countdown and then some ...
Today I woke up a bit later later than usual to yet another beautiful morning in Merida. I left the hotel at about 9am and went for a relaxed walk around town. I ended up having breakfast at the Restaurante Colonial and had a wonderful buffet breakfast with many local and westernised varieties of food. This restaurant would be great for a school group because it is a buffet and has a very large dining are so you would have no trouble fitting an entire ...
... the last of the major ruins in the Yucatan: Uxmal and Chichen Itza. Day 15: Tour day! Our hotel's breakfast is basically bread and coffee. So we have a couple of cake-like croissants and some average coffee and hop in our van for our day-long tour of the Uxmal (oosh-mal) and Kabak ruins. It's pretty warm already at 9am in the morning. Then we quickly realise that our van has no functioning AC. Nor any windows to roll down. Hello sweaty disgusting Caroline... ...
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The horse drawn like jiggers taking 4 of us along the 200 year old 9 kilometres track to the 3 holes.
Was the best left to last?
Actually I enjoyed the second one. Suppose it was the narrow hole at the top. Learnt my lesson ...
... end this Día de Acción de Gracias blog post:
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Congratulations for all your accomplishments during your time in Yucatan. I'm sure you left strong memories with all whom you shared your emotions and knowledge as well.I enjoyed my class too, always good to see new students interested in global issues whit a local perspective. We do need young people like you ...