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I woke up bright and early and had a light breakfast just down the street from the hotel before catching that leaves at 8 to Grutas De Calcehtok. I have been told that the caverns in that area are amazing and the bus trip is only just over an hour each way, which isn't too bad. I have packed some spare clothes in my backpack because it's meant to get really dirty when we will have to crawl and climb through the tunnels that connect the caverns together.
... and the bustling city with an exciting atmosphere to match was right on our doorstep. Every main town in Mexico has a Zocolo; Normally a pretty area set around a central statue with park benches, water features, flowers, trees & plants. It's a popular community place where shoe shining men congregate, buskers preform, little food stores are dotted everywhere, candy sprukers try their best to sell you something sweet and young couples enjoy a romantic embrace, it's a place ...
... was so happy in Xcunya. Everyone was so willing to say "Buenos dias" and smile at your smile. I didn't have one worry about being whistled or honked at from men seeing me as an object. I saw the old and the young living together and equally respected. I love Xcunya, and am so grateful to have been able to work in a pueblo outside of Merida to receive that experience. I'm definitely not a city gal, and Xcunya is the place where I've felt closest to "home."
... graphic design major from Campeche. I had a really great lunch with my mama, also (Mine came after about a 30 min conversation just between us two). During this conversation, she told me that I should come back to Merida to visit after I leave and that any family or any of my friends that come should consider this house their home. With that wonderful sentiment, I headed back to school for Human Ecology of ...
... lvez with our guide Jorge and our cook Laura. Laura has been cooking with tourists for a couple of years but had never been on the market tour herself so she came along for a laugh. She was very amused to find herself the smallest of the group by far.
Jorge loves his job. He is obsessed by food and in particular chilies and takes the tour as often as possible and then goes to work as a chef in a bar/restaurant from 6pm to 3am every day. His degree was ...