Travel Blogs from Merida
... and then Ernesto gave us a city tour of Merida. By far my least favourite city of Mexico. We walked through the plaza, another church and the palacio del Gobierno to see beautiful paintings and murals. We then went to the local market (like Port Louis market, hot and crazy!!!) and Ernesto showed us the habaneros chillies and weird looking fruits. We also stopped at a hammock shop (apparently Merida ...
... had some rope swings. Didn’t get as long there but with it being quite late pretty much had the place to ourselves, as the sun came down and a load of bats flew down and all around us – that bit wasn’t so great!
Once our little don’t know what its called vehicle dropped us back in the village, left Marcel to chat with the Mexican girl, those two seemed to be hitting it off, so used the time to use the reserved bank of that sleeping tablet! Went ...
Today in Mexico, we celebrate Pau's 15th birthday.
Today in Kentucky, we mourn Daphne's death.
Mama Angelita told me, "No morimos, nos transformamos." (We don't die, we transform.) And without a doubt, Daphne has transformed into her ...
... ten days or so. On my first day there I just hung out by the pool while I also met two Dutch girls, Veerle and Fleur. A few of us went out to a local spot where there was live music, thankfully it didn't last too long. The singing was ...
... been part of the body of water. Our official Los Llanos tour guide showed us around all weekend - horseback riding, boat tour on the Orinoco River, nocturnal safari, day safari, pig roast and traditional Venezuelan meals served for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
...Speaking of food, I am getting used to the diet here but it might take me until the day I leave to get accustomed. There are a lot of fried, starchy foods, however some of ...
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