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Travel Blogs from Merida
... at they had modified both the track and the truck/carriage to exploit their new business of sinkhole swimming for tourists. It was a ride to remember. A very bony horse pulled us along through lush bush with numerous biting insects unable to resist our lily white skin. Our first sink hole was very earthy but relatively easy to access. The temperature of the water very pleasant. Then on to the one OSH would have had ...
... octopus rings. That was cow udder. Yes udder, and to be honest it was better than the guinea pig!
Nothing is wasted here and it’s something we could learn a lot from. The ladies selling these deep fried delicacies pick them up from the fresh meat market – the fat is given freely the offal at minimal price. Also on offer but not available on the day for trying (all deep fried and that is the trick to making it palatable): lungs, ...
... Madoffs' wife and a teenage girlfriend of mine did. The next neighborhood to where I grew up (Cambria Heights).
We also discovered that all that damp walking we had done had irritated my foot and that my shoe had rubbed it raw. No good deed goes unpunished.
But… as is usually the case with the “Wandering Solay's”, after 4 delightful days we were ready to move on…and, as the drive to Cancun from Merida to catch ...
... neighbouring restaurant. Of the 10 of us, 7 were Mexican, and 2 from Brazil. Over food I took the chance to practice my Spanish with someone on my level: a 5 year old boy. We exchanged names, ages, and football teams.
This roused the Brazilians.
Across the table we compared teams. The guy was Corinthians, and I explained my support for Flamengo after my visit to the Maracana stadium three years ago. "Carioca.." ...
... improved our spanish thanks to our very patient teachers Ramon y Marimar and our ever helpful host family Maggie, Cesar, Roberto y Alejandro. By the end of the week we could hold a very basic conversation in very slow spanish! A BIG improvement from our first day in Merida. The day before we finished our spanish lessons, Ben celebrated his 31st birthday. Of course, in true Ben style, he had given us plenty of warning that his birthday ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility