Hotel Casa San Angel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... 42 km from the city of Merida. To access the cenotes of Cuzama, a small “truck” is boarded, which was once used to transport the plant of henequen to the machine house for processing. The truck is like a small train carriage, which is pulled by a horse on rails. Initially our horse wasn't too keen to be pulling our carriage, and kept stopping for some grass. The horse pulling the other carriage was even trying to eat while running along, lol! The ...
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. ...
... which are found in the Yucatan in Mexico. Ik Kil cenote is about 26m below ground level, 60m in diameter and about 40m deep. I was told there would be so many people there that it would be hard to swim properly, but when I got there it was ...
... day re the 0630 start tomorrow. There were more swish digs on the Ave Reforma. Most of the streets in town are numbered, the Mayans apparently finding it easier to deal with numbers than names.
Passed the Plaza de Toros, the bullfighting ring. It is done 'Spanish style' here: the bull is killed and eaten. A boo from the Sarki peanut gallery thereon. How 'bout a little respect for local ways? The Park of the Americas [something like that] was quite nice. All ...
... By moto-tuktuk
Hadn't seen this before. A motorbike drives forward the two people sat in the wood-framed cart. The wheels are from a bicycle I think, and the tarpaulin on top makes it look like a motorised old-fashioned ice cream van. 'But there were three of you', I hear you say. Well, I got cosy to the driver. No need to hold on tight; top speed was about 7mph to the 3 Cenotes "base camp"
By horse-drawn cart on railroad