Hotel Trinidad Galeria
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... before settling on a tacos place. Given my recent food poisoning experience in Holbox, I was nervous about street food, but this was delicious. We had a load of tacos,then went back for more tacos.
Then it began to rain. A lot. Most of the stalls had to pach up, so we headed back to the pub for more Bohemia Obscuras. I also got introduced to the butality of UFC on the televisions at the pub, which was entertaining (and gross). Apparently it's huge in ...
Up early this morning to have breakfast ready for Rodrigo and Yusuri to meet their etd. They were hoping to be on the road by 8, so hopefully they'd be on the road by 9. The last hugs, kisses and waves were at 9:30 so not too bad. It was really great having them here to show us the Mexican ropes, but they also added to the fun. Going to miss them.
Packed up our towels, music, books and lotions and walked the 500" to ...
... to exchange a few words in the bus.
The hostel turned out to have a couple of dorm rooms as well as some private rooms. The dorm was MXN 140 per person, while the cheapest private room cost MXN 290. There was a pleasant open-air common space and kitchen. We had also heard that this hostel was famous for serving an amazing continental breakfast. Last but not least its location was fabulous, right on the main square called "Plaza Grande" where various cultural events are ...
I thought that I would go to Merida and see lots more Mayan sites. When I did a bit more research upon arrival, I realised that I couldn't see everything with my budget, and I really just wanted to see the most important site. So my second day in Merida, I took a bus to Uxmal and started exploring with someone from the hostel I was staying at. The site was quite big, and of course, the sun was shining bright, making it impossible to stay out of the shade for ...
... said they were little goblins or ghosts that the Maya believed took care of their crops, especially maiz. They also believed that the aluxes would make themselves visible at nighttime to scare people and children for enjoyment.
kisin: the devil
mucbipollo: Yucatecan dish for Dia de los muertos
la chinas: oranges
mulix: curly haired person