Hacienda San Pedro Nohpat

Address: San Pedro Nohpat, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on San Pedro Nohpat, Merida.
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      Travel Blogs from Merida

      The amazing Mayan ruins, Mayapán

      A travel blog entry by jormaontour on May 07, 2014

      75 photos

      ... first impression was. Where are the tourists? The simply answer is in Chichen and Uxmal. My opinion is that start your Mayan hobby from the most famous places. After that you can visit many more depending the time and the level of your intrest.

      Mayapán is very much like Chichen. It has the pyramids and observatorium but miss the ball court. But just behind the area were many more ruins left to find. It ...

      Merida ... Where the Music Plays on!

      A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Feb 15, 2014

      54 photos

      ... behind us!







      Time for some more food pics! We went to Chaya Maya a couple of times, serving traditional Yucatan fare, and you can watch the ladies make the tortillas. I had fish rubbed with a achiote, a local spice paste with orange annatto seeds, garlic and cloves, then baked in banana leaves, so good I had it twice! Chris had spinach ...

      La policia

      A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Nov 07, 2013

      Today, the immigration police came to our school. All classes were stopped and we had to line up with our papers to talk with the policewoman, supported by two other immigration officers beside her. She asked for a copy of our passport, to see our tourist visa, asked when we arrived in Mexico, when we were planning to leave. If you had all of your papers, like I did, then ...

      Sun, surf and a bit of history in Mexico

      A travel blog entry by shannen.luke on Sep 20, 2013

      137 photos

      ... evening. Our final day in Playa we caught the bus to a town called Tulum where their are some 13 century Mayan ruins along the coast. They were pretty amazing, but the best part of our day was swimming in the Carribbean ocean after exploring the ruins.

      Our final 3 nights in Mexico we spent in Valladolid, a 2 hour bus ride inland. We based ourselves here so we could explore Chichen Itza, an ancient Mayan city. Valladolid is an authentic Mexian town ...

      Rip off the Band Aid, and Run

      A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Sep 07, 2013

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      Well, the morn' of Sept 7 I got up in the wee hours of the morning with my family and Nat and we headed to the Louisville International Airport. There, we met Justin and McKenzie (other Centre students: aka my travel partners). Feeling anxious, full of excitement and curiosity, I was ready to get on the plane. Although my family thought I might want to hang since I was running ahead of schedule, my strong adrenaline and a conversation I had with my boyfriend the night ...