Hotel Hacienda Sanchez

Address: Avenida Zaci-hual , Valladolid, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Avenida Zaci-hual , Valladolid.
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        • Free parking

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        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Valladolid

        Valladolid, Mexico

        A travel blog entry by teamsharry on Aug 26, 2015

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        ... at 8am before the thousands of bus tours come, which allowed us to walk around the ruins with few people, a rare sight at Chichen Itza. Although expensive, touristy and oh so hot, we were still really glad we had made the effort to come out here. At least it's a bucket list item that we can tick off. The next morning we hired bikes and headed off on a little adventure to visit some cenotes. A short 6km away (which feels like 60 in the ridiculous heat) there are ...

        The long road home

        A travel blog entry by acoruspaul on Aug 15, 2015

        1 comment

        ... aspect of life always having a goal and agenda. On the road I could go anywhere at any pace I chose so it was more about just being with whatever was happening. I did a lot of meditating along the way also which enhanced the experience and magically that being unlocks a different view of the world. You become more able to see the beauty inlaid in every moment and the preciousness of that. It's a process of tenderizing the heart and being more sensitive to ...

        Day 44: CHICHÉN ITZÁ

        A travel blog entry by livy_lane on Aug 13, 2015

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        ... along from the main ruins is a cenote (huge hole in the ground filled with fresh water) it is thought that the fresh water is one of the reasons the myans chose this site, as the soil is rubbish across the whole yucatan peninsula and they came from Guatemala, which is really fertile. Cenotes are usually stunning (we visited one after the ruins), but this one was the colour of guacamole and is apparently full of skeletons. It turns out that the myan people mostly died out ...


        A travel blog entry by acoruspaul on Aug 12, 2015

        ... out if you plugged in more than one thing and it wouldn't run a blender. If we tried plugging in two computers they would shut off and on so only one could be used to do work at a time. Today they finally got us connected to the grid. Hooray! I bought a submersible pump in Merida as a contribution for staying there for free. Over the next few weeks we will get the parts and I'll do the plumbing work so that we will have running water also. ...

        Ek Balam ecovillage

        A travel blog entry by acoruspaul on Jul 30, 2015

        5 photos

        ... vegetables. And having it on the roof will mean being up above the trees for more light also. We plan to have an ecologically designed pool where the plants clean the water. The kitchen will be outdoors to keep the heat out and to enjoy the outdoors. Large windows on the north and south side designed with passive solar so that there is no direct light to heat up the house.

        Today we were bringing leaves back from the ...