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- Smoking rooms available
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Travel Blogs from Merida
A tour to the Cenotes (sinkholes) of Cuzama. Joseph, our guide, was quick to explain that the tour was an adventure tour and highlight that note that not all cenotes are the same. This this note was clearly aimed at Bec, who was not impressed by the 8m of ladders down into the first cenote. So much so in protest on the way back out she dropped a thong! Thankfully Carlos, our new Mexican friend on the tour, was there to save the day or ...
... every single day. We were about to put our stuff in the private room for MXN 290 per night when Gonzalo had an idea of asking about another room which was slightly more expensive. This room had its private balcony with a view of Plaza Grande. We instantly fell in love with this room and decided to pay MXN 330 per night just for the view. We were about to experience Merida's unforgettable atmosphere along with a glass of beer right from our cute balcony which was ...
... the structures to the top. It was a really beautiful view, but it took me quite a while to work up the nerve to go back down the steep steps.
After coming back from Uxmal, I wandered back to the hostel, which is fortunately on the main square of Merida. That evening was the first day of the Feria de Merida. So I walked around between all the wonderful street vendors, I watched as a special police unit took down the Mexican flag for the ...
... view of the Avenue of the dead which was believed to be the entrance to the underworld. Last stop, all the way up the Sun Pyramid - it was so busy and took ages to get up there. And the view wasn't as great but oh well! Back to the hotel and then straight back out to La Roma neighbourhood for lunch! Went to this lovely Italian restaurant called Aurora with great pizzas and soothing live Indian music. Back to the hotel for a shower and a bit of rest before heading ...
... After walking for half hour or so, we arrived! Unfortunately, we were back on the streets a minute later as the hostel was full. Who would of guessed we would arrive on the same weekend as the San Francisco marathon, with its thousands of international runners? Anyways, got referred to a dodgy looking hostel just down the street, San Francisco Hostel International (yes, we
believe they sort of ripped off Hostelling Internationals name a bit, but meh, not our worry).