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... and have dinner at a German restaurant. I know, I know. But vego food in Mexico is pretty hit and miss so far. In fact it's 98% miss... Day 17: Chichen Itza! The supposed Big Daddy of all Mexico's ruins. And our van has AC, huzzah! The main pyramid is unfortunately now roped off to visitors (you used to be able to climb it), but it's therefore extremely well preserved. There are some seriously interesting facets to the structure based upon the Mayan ...
... br> Do stay in touch. I think one of the most important things in your life is to stay in touch with people you know on the way. Well, maybe not with aaaaaaall of them but I'm sure you can do a good selection, and I will be happy to be there!
Have a safe trip back home. Put your sweater on and prepare for a wonderful winter time with your family and friends!
Feliz Navidad y Próspero Año Nuevo!!
Hasta luego, -Eduardo G.
... lifestyle. Back to the city and enjoyed the local market and trying on Panama hats. Re-visited the ice cream shop - delicious. Tonight we were going to watch dancing in the plaza which we thought started at 7 but in fact it was 9. Too late for us cos we are out at 7am tomorrow. Beating the tourists to Chichen Itza. Had our first fast food - Burger King. It was pretty good, a Mexican style one so slightly hot finish to the ...
... and are sold separately. Very different to a supermarkets.
Purchases in hand, we headed for a public bus to get to Laura’s house a little way out of Merida’s Centro Historico. I won’t go on about the cooking part but suffice it to say it was fun and the food was great. I was interesting to talk with Jorge and Laura – she was from Merida and her house seemed big by my standards but was average according to Jorge – she ...
... lit by another small opening in the ceiling of the cave, with tree roots coming down from it. A really beautiful sight. Another half hour of swimming and diving and we went off to the third and last cenote, which wasn't as cool as the other two, except for the fact that it was probably extremely deep. After another half hour, we went back to our hotel, by carriage, motorcycle and minivan. Tomorrow is the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Nacional Merida
Decent place to stay, quite new, very nice pool/lounge area! Pretty close to the heart of the city, 3 blocks from City Square, the governor's palace and a huge market 3 blocks the other way. Only $55 US a night. There is a small restaurant and the front desk staff are great
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