Hotel Suites Los Cabos
Travel Blogs from Progreso
Even in this relaxing beach town, I found a reason to have a cry about, because mom and dad wouldn't let me make a mess with my ice cream.
The wind blew me sideways, and then fell asleep along the sea shore.
All-dayer at the beach today, from 11 AM to around 5:30 PM. This quasi-ginger here got super burnt, but successfully swam in the ocean for 3 hours in sheer bliss. Vale la pena.
After dinner at home, the band went to Hennessey's Irish Pub to support the flood-relief concert they were having. The pub is an interesting place; a mixture of middle to upper ...
... near downtown, and see what "Noche Mexicana" was all about. It was the first time I had tried to navigate the public transportation system myself, and it was a complete successs!!!!!!!! Satisfaction! I jumped off the bus at our destination with so much adrenaline running through me! Woot! Noche Mexicana is every Saturday night. Merida blocks off a portion of Paseo Montejo for street vendors, food vendors a stage and an ...
... according to our guide is that no-one has any records of the culture that really built this complex, the Mayans discovered this place just existing in wilderness as it were, but the site like the deserted city's of Macchu Picchu, do depict an advanced civilisation with structures depicting the social status, it's overall size and complexity is impressive.
So we're to ascent the largest of these pyramidal structures, the Sun Temple, as ...
... on the planet. People always ask
if he is a Labodor, and does he bite? Unfortunately we left the
camera with Hazel, so you will have to use Mr. Google, (little yellow
man) to see the area.
We left Merida, and headed for
Campeche, as usual with Cathie operating compass, maps, GPS, and
reading street signs, with Ross saying do we follow the white car of
red truck? We made it to our camp site, ...