Hotel Maison del Embajador
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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... step" into the water from a couple of meters between the walls! Good fun. We then climbed back out. Back on our carriages and we arrived at Bolonchojol cenote meaning nine holes of the rat, lol!, at 12:00. The entrance is totally vertical, with wooden stairs that descend about 15 meters. There were scuba divers here who were about to go cave diving, Dylan was too jealous. They lowered their tanks in through a hole in the top of the cenote. We snorkelled around in ...
... and after searching everyone of us and the car we had to bribe them to be able to continue. It was only 100 pesos, but still a weird feeling since we hadnīt done anything wrong.
We watched the first soccer match of the worldcup in Merida, saw a gay parade, which is still an unusual thing in Central America. We met a few people that told us how difficult it is being gay in Central America and they seem to be glad to be ...
... plaza, and lots of outer ruins too. The Building of Columns is the most impressive, and would probably have had a roof, and we wandered around almost on our own in the sunshine taking pictures.
We then continued to Merida, which became wealthy thanks to the henequen, and was influenced more by European trading partners than central Mexico. Elegant town ...
... backyard had a small pool, large plants and a patio morphed into our stage. Normally, Benjamin and Ross (the house owners) have classical music concerts. But this time, their invitation let their guests know that there would be "authentic American music" (ha!) such as bluegrass, folk and acoustic pop. And they sure fell for ...
... than happy to obliged when I tried to speak to them in Spanish. After dinner, I went to the Sports Bar where I watched the Michael Jackson impersonation show. It must be a popular thing as they had a similar show in the Dominican Republic when I was there. I ran into the group that was on the tour with me today so caught up with them for a bit before they headed off to bed. Then I met a new group of people from Vancouver as they overheard ...