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... ears, but as the chances are that once you head further and further from Cancun or 'gringoland' as they call it, the less English will be in evidence and some knowledge of Spanish will be required. No time like the present to use it.
Still armed with the map provided by the hostel, I followed the main route into the downtown area, taking in several plazas, several very impressive churches, the cathedral of Ildefonso and then wandered onto the main ...
... the next one. They had a building that looked to be a honeymoon spot and they opened it up to let Ellen lie down. We went back to the restaurant where we started the day, had a drink and headed home. On the way Ellen got worse and worse and we had to stop a couple of times for her to decorate Mexico. We got home, put Ellen to bed and it wasn't long before we were all sawing ...
... to Hacienda Temozon another Starwood luxury property, for lunch.
Hacienda Temozon is an authentic historic hacienda with gorgeous lush grounds. We enjoy a truly delicious lunch of salad, fish and pumpkin cake with avocado ice-cream for desert. The site inspection takes a little while because the grounds are so expansive. This is a magical property with a poignant sense of the history of the region. The pyramid that was previously on this site is used as stones for ...
... to see and one day we maybe will hear that here is found a ballcourt. Not yet.
The area is very beautiful. It small and takes about one hour to see. Because it is a compact area. This is the reason i say that don't miss it if you have some days more here in Yucatan.
It is very virgin area. No services for the tourists but easy to reach. Bring good shoes and lotts of protection for the ...
... a real wedding especially once 'cerveza' and tequila were added into the mix.
During siesta time, we walked the length of Paseo Montejo - a boulevard built by the rich merchants of Mérida. This was where the true splendour of colonial houses were, still in pristine condition set back from the tree lined street. At the top end of the boulevard was the Monument to the Fatherland.
We had a quick swim in the pool to cool off ...