Hotel Maria del Carmen
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Rodrigo drove back to the airport to get the car we had arranged for rent. They arrived back at the hotel 2 hours later and without a car. Guess they were getting the runaround and it was going to cost twice as much as we had been quoted. They spoke to other car rental places who each offered less, but still not what we had planned on. We decided we'd rent in Progreso where the condo is and travel with Rodrigo ...
... locals who looked at us like we were crazy tourists. Oh, and some cows, of course.
Swimming in cenotes is possibly the coolest thing I've seen on this trip so far. And that's saying a lot considering some of the things I've done. The first cenote was a large aqua blue swimming hole at the bottom of a cave, which looked small from the outside but expanded into a huge area from the inside. We had the place entirely to ourselves for most of the time ...
... in the heart of the jungle.
The first day i arrived we had a twenty minute boat trip out onto open reef and got to dive and explore this underwater wonderland. It was a great experience for everyone who was involved and you could tell by the enthusiasm and excitement that people had throughout the entire day. It was a great thing to do because you work in teams of six with 1 guide and get to explore certain ...
... were 2 for the price of one so I had 2 of course, yummy. Thursday 13th March we had grand plans to go to some ruins today but I had a sore throat and dry cough ( was it the extreme aircon on the bus the other day?) and was chilled overnight despite it being very warm so may have had a bit of a temp (no I don't check it cos I hope to ignore it and recover ). I also needed to get some printing done in readiness for the trip to Cuba and getting a visa. This meant I had to ...
... s son, Fernando, to receive the US equivalent of a GED. She lived in a convent for many years until it lost funding, after which all of the women had to find places to go and new things to commit themselves to. Selma decided to move back home, dedicate herself to school and work as a maid (the term here is "muchacha") in Merida, apparently in addition to being adorable and constantly happy.
Besides her wonderful presence, her cooking is so ...