Hotel Maria del Carmen
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... watching the match together, the food vendors, and we even saw the team coach! Needless to say, there was music here too, with a band at each end in constant conversation! Chris said the football was ok, a bit more muscular than at home ... in other words they kept bumping into each other ... but Merida won 2-1 and each time they got a goal we were even sprayed with beer from ...
... in about 10 seconds. If you didn't, like many of the students who weren't carrying anything on them, you got a lecture and an explanation of what could have happened.
The officers explained that by law, they could have taken those without their visas on them to an institution in Merida where they would have to remain until someone - a friend or family member, ...
We were up a bit early than usual, although it was check out day and we had until 12 midday to check out, but we got breakfast out of the way early and I sat in the lobby and charged the iPad and phones due to the rooms plug points not being suitable, the only ones to fit ours were on the bottom floor in public areas. So Bobbie packed and got ready while I sat with the charging electronics and then I packed and got ready and did a workout while Bobbie sat next to the pool watching ...
... involve observing the temporal sequence of three events occurring almost simultaneously in two locations: the arrival of the runner at second, the arrival of the ball at second, and the arrival of the runner at home. (And there was just one umpire on the field back then). On a ball hit to the fence, there is normally nothing to decide. I wonder what the decision would be today.
In a lighter vein, Snodgrass also tells us that ...
... and since then we've left Cancun for Merida and had a bit more of an
explore of Mexico. Before we'd even left Cancun though, we took a day trip to
the Mayan ruins of Tulum. Tulum was an ancient Mayan port city, so the main
ruins are built on the windy cliff edge overlooking the turquoise sea and white
sand beach. We had a lengthy potter round the buildings and the site, admiring
carvings, iguanas and impeccably American American tourists, even taking a