Travel Blogs from Merida
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We stayed in Merida for a week. It's a big city with lots to see. There is always something going on in the central plaza. We were about 3 blocks off the plaza so we walked there every day to eat or just see what was happening. Sundays they close off the streets around the plaza and there is dancing and food booths and at night there are street …
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I had my first SPA 271 (Latin American Culture) class this afternoon. It's going to be awesome, especially because we have to learn Maya words and Maya legends. For literature, I got to read my first Pablo Neruda poems. For Humanities, I got to prove that I knew where all 31 states of Mexico were.
As homework for the culture class, I asked my family about the Maya legend of "los Aluxes" ("x" pronounced "sh"). ...
... lvez with our guide Jorge and our cook Laura. Laura has been cooking with tourists for a couple of years but had never been on the market tour herself so she came along for a laugh. She was very amused to find herself the smallest of the group by far.
Jorge loves his job. He is obsessed by food and in particular chilies and takes the tour as often as possible and then goes to work as a chef in a bar/restaurant from 6pm to 3am every day. His degree was ...
All of the walking we'd been doing finally caught up with TLD. A soft corn (I know it's hard to believe that she's not perfect) was starting to bother her and Ellyne recommended she go see Dr Scholl's... Yes, there really was a Dr Scholl's orthopedic care facility in Merida across from the bull ring. You never know when a bull is going to have a soft corn.
We arrived there at 9AM to find out we had to wait for an appointment at Noon. We made ...
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