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Woke to sun shining and a cool breeze. We didn't have much in the condo to make for breakfast, but I did bring tea from home, there was coffee here and the guys bought bread and butter last night. Chris made toast and David and I found another use for the rice pudding concentrate.....................it's delicious, thick and gooey, on toast!!! We scoped out the ...
... to from certain areas. There have been carved out areas in the rock so that there is less of a drowning hazard and people always have access to fresh air. Students would definitely enjoy this because the water is amazing and it's just a really nice place to swim and explore.
There is also the opportunity to go scuba diving in the caverns. I was unaware of this until I got there and saw people preparing ...
... and most people think of Tequila. Having only ever had the minging stuff at university washed down with salt and lemon, it was worth having a tequila tasting session in Valladolid to see if gets any better than that. So here a few bits of info for you. 1. Tequila, just like Champagne can only be called tequila if it is from the town Tequila in Western Mexico. 2. There are three types of tequila - blanco, reposado and anejo. Anejo being the best quality and most ...
Merida is the capital of the Yucatan peninsula and has a population of around 800,000. It was one of the hardest fighting regions again the Spanish and it took the Spanish over 20yrs to fully conquer it. There have been frequent rebellions & wars before its unification with the Mexican republic. It used to be the mayan city of Tho but none of the Mayan ruins remain and is now a bustling city with an old colonel heart. You can tell there is wealth here ...
... me out for the night; she was vacationing from northern Mexico and was being shown the town that night, by a local friend of a friend. I jumped at the chance to meet up again later and felt quite at home and welcomed at a swanky bar with a view and couldn't resist the lychee mojitos. We moved on around 1am to a nearby club, with valet parking and I joined the others in drinking Red Label whiskey, which was a first. It's been a long while, since I had a ...