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Travel Blogs from Progreso
At 7:30 AM, I met Tyler and Alcina at the corner of my street to run and work out at a free exercise area called "The Stadium." There, you can take exercise classes, lift weights, and play on their exercise stations; but today, Alcina and I went to the track. She used to run track, so she wanted to do an old exercise she remembered. My brain knew I was in for it. My thing is running on trails with my dog, walking when I get too out ...
... has a lot
of shops. We saw a big meat,produce, and flower market. I promise you I will
never look at store-bought taco in the same way. They are made by hand and then
they pass through a big oven. They are then hand-wrapped by the ladies. I asked
one lady today and she did say it was hot on her hands. They ...
After Izamal, Hazel took us to Merida,
however we did not really like the camp site there (might have even
been abandoned), so headed for a much nicer place at Chelem, just out
of Progresso, 30km to the north. We pulled in to camp at 4:00 and I
was in the pool around 4:02, very refreshing. Kona was a little
jealous, so I cut it short, then we took him down to the beach, 3
blocks away. The ...
... from it, and I was somewhat disappointed by the size - that is until I started trying to climb it. The first part was a slope we couldn’t speed up, due to being stuck behind mothers and their kids. We managed to overtake them and start climbing the first section of steps (there are 4 stages). It was slow behind others and the steps are in the same area of size as the curbs in Mexico City – anywhere from 6 to 24 inches and anywhere in-between. Needless ...
On the way back I stopped off to have a mystery meat wrap in the metro station which contained some sort of sausage and black goo. To end the evening I went up to the hostel's rooftop bar for a couple of drinks, but actually ended up staying for five hours with much tequila being drunk. The rooftop bar had a great view of the city although can get a little chilly in the Mexican winter evenings.