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Hola amigos y querida familia, enfin du wifi pour rester en contact !
Nous n'avons pas beaucoup décrit nos hôtels. L'étape de Mérida nous offre une belle opportunité de vous en dire un peu plus. Nous avons enfin été hébergés dans une véritable hacienda de l'époque post coloniale.
Comme la plupart des haciendas du Yucatán, la nôtre …
... penetrating through the earths ground into the cave, dangling into the crystal clear turquoise water. It was like we'd entered another universe. Beams of sunlight streamed through small pockets of the ceiling lighting the cave up, giving it a warm almost candle lit feeling. Bats and birds flew in and out of the opening above while we swam around in the pristine water, the whole thing gave me goosebumps and the best part was I felt so alive!! Stalactites hung everywhere ...
... scintillate) words, and tried to explain southern accents while Eduardo laughed at us. Then sure enough, Eduardo's sister and brother-in-law go zooming by on their motorcycle, and his teenage nephew ends up waiting for the bus with us and we say goodbye to him as he gets off near our houses to go to school (school hours are very short and go in chunks throughout the day with rotations of kids to accommodate all of the students) closer to Merida.
This afternoon, a group of us met up to go to el centro so see what festivities were going on for independence day eve. As usual, at the bus stop we all discussed what we had for lunch. Today, I had "kibis." It's a dish from Lebanon (I believe) which consists of sheep, onion, and sunflower seed (maybe not sunflower...piñón! see below) surrounded by a wheat bread coating and fried. It was served with rice and a mixture of vegetables. DELICIOUS. Downtown, ...
Truly there has been somewhat of a delay in blog entries,
but absence makes the heart grow fonder, and this all sounds a bit more
exciting if it’s read with bated breath. The point of whether up to a point we
had actually done anything is somewhat contentious, but in my camp as a
procrastinator this is the only excuse I can give for my negligence.
It's been about two (we all know it's three) weeks since the last instalment of