Hotel Casa San Angel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... having had the well balanced and nutrious breakfast of a single cereal bar in a bid to try and save some cash and time. One thing I have quickly realised on this tour, is that everyone else here is basically only away for a few weeks, and therefore have much more money than me. Let the shameless penny pinching commence. Which is pretty damn hard when you're all out for dinner as a group each night.
We made it to the ruins of Chichen Itza about 3 hours after leaving ...
... been found. Uxmal was one of the largest cities of the Yucatán peninsula, and at its height was home to about 25,000 Maya. Like the other Puuc sites, it flourished in the Late Classic period (around 600-900 AD). Indications are that its rulers also presided over the nearby settlements in Kabah, Labná and Sayil, and there are several sacbe’s (white roads of the Maya) connecting the sites. The area is known as the Ruta Puuc, or Puuc route, from the nearby hills. With a population ...
... route. Merida was 225k away at 1212. Police with sub-machine guns welcomed us to Champoton. Open water was seen at 1223, a stretch of water south of the Gulf of Mexico. The highway was four lanes wide heading north. The autopista moved somewhat inland.
Mileage measurements are not seemingly an exact science in Mexico as the next set of signs had Merida 230k away; Cancun, 530k away. The speed limit had climbed go 110 kph.
A show about ...
... just exploring, mostly by foot. The streets are a zoo. by 10AM most of the street vendors are out for the day and dodging them along with the million or so people becomes an art. In the hub of the city, where we are, men with carts are forever sweeping the streets, so it's actually very clean.
The other day we took a local bus up to Progreso, on the coast. Less than $3 return. We left early and were back in Merida by 1, but by then the foot traffic was so crazy ...
... sounded like Aladdin, that we'd been advised to check out by our hostel. Apparently every time you ordered a beer, you got free food. This was in fact true and with every beer, we could three tapas dishes. There were all kinds of seafood and Mexican fare but I steered clear of the luminous items, it's just wrong! After a good feed and a few beers, it was time to head back home.
We'd heard there was a festival on in the town that ...