Hacienda Santa Cruz
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... local tap water, I have my bottle of mineral water with me to enable me to rinse my mouth every so often. Of course, being the slob I am, some of this dribbles down and lands on my chest.
On my nice blue and black Inter Milan type shirt.
A huge, big bit of gleaming white, bloody toothpaste right on the front of my nice shirt.
So with one hand I try and rub the spot. Because we all know that toothpaste on clothes makes a right mess ...
Up early this morning to have breakfast ready for Rodrigo and Yusuri to meet their etd. They were hoping to be on the road by 8, so hopefully they'd be on the road by 9. The last hugs, kisses and waves were at 9:30 so not too bad. It was really great having them here to show us the Mexican ropes, but they also added to the fun. Going to miss them.
Packed up our towels, music, books and lotions and walked the 500" to ...
... lightening and torential rain all night we're not sure how its going to pan out....
Accommodation in Mexico City (Blocks apartment) was pretty good ($900 mexican peso a night) 20min from airport ($215 mexican peso taxi trip), breakfast included & close to metro stops or 20-30min walk to main sights.
Merida accommodation was the best air bnb accommodation we have stayed in - highly recommend!! (Historic Casita on private ...
... variety of cycles - tandems, tri-cycles, souped up choppers with boom-boxes and some normal bicycles - we noticed that the road was beautifully paved with cobblestones and the buildings looking good. This was the colonial splendour that Mérida boasted.
We went into Casa de Montejo, the house of the Spanish 'founder' of Mérida in 1542 - a very grand building with very elegant old furniture. Across the plaza was the Palacio del Gobierno ...
... indigenous persons of any large city in Mexico with approximately 60% of all inhabitants being of the Maya ethnicity. Thanks Mr Wikipedia.
Dinner was at Amaro Restauarant. Chaya which Beks got us and it turned out to be a spinach drink. Mine had a shot of tequilla in it.
Cochinita Pibila is a traditional ...