Travel Blogs from Merida
... assuming his draughtsman ship was accurate, we are looking forward to seeing Uxmal and Tulum to see how the how the detail on the ruins compares almost 200 years later.
We had dinner as Casa Frida afterwards, which deserves a mention for the bright and cheery decor, another homage to Frida Kahlo, together with cosy courtyard, the fabulous food, possibly our best ...
... habit which has failed to die hard is my keenness to be teacher's pet!
After lunch, and some wandering around town, I headed to my hosts' house in the early evening. I met only Samuel, who is a lovely guy and extremely patient! I think he was perhaps expecting somebody with a better grip of Spanish but despite me understanding perhaps only 20% of what he was saying, we managed to converse for a few hours on some fairly ...
We were up a bit early than usual, although it was check out day and we had until 12 midday to check out, but we got breakfast out of the way early and I sat in the lobby and charged the iPad and phones due to the rooms plug points not being suitable, the only ones to fit ours were on the bottom floor in public areas. So Bobbie packed and got ready while I sat with the charging electronics and then I packed and got ready and did a workout while Bobbie sat next to the pool watching ...
... br> huge Mayan temple built to worship the sun god. It really did like something
from an Indiana Jones film, and the scale of it was so much bigger than
expected (Bethany had warned me she would be very unimpressed if it was small
in any way, but I think even she was impressed!). After checking out the
pyramid, we proceeded to wander round the ball court (biggest in Mesoamerica-
now you’re impressed), the ornate sacrificial tables where the heads of ...
... me of those of the cathedral in Leon, Nicauraga, Dave. Some people were in quiet contemplation so I did not even take a photograph.
A bit of water and a Dr Pepper for a treat 15MP and it was back to the room, a few rogue raindrops having fallen. Sarki's gone out for a walk. Several shots of the capuccino mezcal to while away the time. Only Chang, the Translator, Sarki and I to accompany Fabian for dinner. He had sourced out a place on the barber's street. ...
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