Hotel Maison del Embajador
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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The owner of our hostel, Moses, was a really nice guy and one day he offered us to take his car and gave us a driver so we could explore everything we wanted around Merida. We went with two girls from Bristol and a german guy, we all met again at other stages of our travel. We decided to start with a caving tour we heard about. It is a family owned cave system that is 7km long and there are NO safety means at all. ...
... water. He said in very rough English "floatation tank". Again we were shocked we had no idea we would be swimming inside a pitch dark cave through a small tunnel to the other side. We slipped into the water, Stuie and I were beside ourselves with excitement, this was so awesome and the water was far warmer than either of us expected. As we paddled through the water I touched the smooth and slippery stalagmites on the edge and an excited nervous laughter came over me. This ...
This morning at 7 AM, I ran my first ever 5k! It was for the world day of diabetes, and I ran it with my friend Alcina, who has diabetes, and our professor (she ran the 10k...lol). (Alcina is my friend who I run with every week, and we finally dedicated ourselves to running this "carrera.") It was ...
... amp; Fri 7-8 AM, Tae Bo/Salsa Mon-Fri 7:30-8:30 AM, Zumba Mon-Fri 7-8 PM. Gonna have to check those out. After breakfast, the 7 of us who play music/sing got together at Casa Centre to rehearse for our 30 min audition at Hennessy's Irish Pub. We worked it out after virtually never playing together, showed up early, got free drinks, played our little set, then were booked for every Saturday night around 9 PM! We celebrated with Genny by brainstorming band names and playing ...
... but then just burst out laughing when I replied. I’m not sure how the word got round, but practically each window I passed had someone looking out of it. The village is quite run down and has a real 'has been’ feeling.
Towering over the main square is a derelict hacienda. It is incredibly picturesque and you can just imagine what it must have been like in the days of the lucrative henequen plantations. It ...