Hotel Hacienda Merida
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... his word.........sweet pants. What??? Sweet pants? What the heck is that? We checked his word and it was "sweat pants".
Time for bed....but we have company and he's heading along the wall to MY bedroom!! Took a wide birth but managed to get to the bedroom and close the door. After a few squeals, hollers, chair standing and laughs, it was off to bed all hoping we weren't the ones to find the lizard in our ...
... As soon as a goal was scored the game ended and the winning captain was beheaded. A minimum 4000 skulls (motifs on one of the buildings give us this information). Sacrifice was a method of population control and less prominent people were drugged then stomach slit and their live beating heart removed. The priests threw it down from the temple for the Warriors to eat. Bodies were cremated. The Mayan calendar had 365 days reflected in the ...
... has bought a local hat that the Mexicans wear called a Panama he thinks he's **** hot in this thing and wont take it off his head. Today we did an open tour bus around the city and surrounds, he was waving to the local men and they would wave back, he says "see Deb now they think Im one of them" lol
Its pretty hot and humid her, just like home but this afternoon it rained and has cooled down a little thank god. Have ...
... t able to go on tours or to the ruins. It was sooo hot in Merida, so where ever an air conditioner was, we were close by.
With the waiting game to recover, we tried to find lots of resources to donate to Nueva Vida. We bought lots of art supplies, information books, teaching resources and Christmas presents. We previously organised to teach Music and English at ...
We had a great sleep in our cool air conditioned room, in our separate double beds and woke up feeling refreshed. Our free breakfast was served in the large foyer area with all the Frida Kahlo art, it was a buffet breakfast with scrambled eggs, beans, sausage for the hot stuff, coffee juice and water, cornflakes with milk, and fruit which was banana, papaya or melon, also bread with jam. It wasn't amazing but it was good enough for a free ...