Hotel Villa Maria
Travel Blogs from Merida
... button 3-4 times to get the letter I want for a text message. It feels good haha. Later that night, we met up with the KIIS (Kentucky Institute for International Studies) students for salsa lessons. We bumped our way through a few steps with our instructor Jesus Molina. After the lesson, we had some DELICIOUS "ice cream." While chatting, I talked with Jesus and turns out he is an actor. I told him that I was a musician, and we ...
the truly vital role of sorting out music on the doctor’s phone which was then
placed on the table behind him, from which such wonders as Oasis and Blur were
followed by Britney and Lady Gaga, McFly and some local music; a fairly
eclectic mix. The first surgery was to put a plate onto the snapped radius of
an elderly woman, and aside from the slightly eighties horror movie-esque blood
squirt from the first incision was all very civilised. The ...
... The Translator was doing some sudokus on his phone.
Back on to Hwy 186, Cancun 716k away. The surrounding area is a combination of farmland and scrub. Campeche was 250k away at 1001.
The second flic was part of the 'Captain America' series, fighting the Nazis. Not sure if there will be more movies or stops today.
Signs seen today for Calakmul and Becan, Brys. When conditions allowed for it, the bus was doing 100 kph. Did a ...
... to hit the moving piņata. This was highly entertaining to watch and even more entertaining to do.
The first day in merida I went on a free tour of the main square and heard all about the history of each building which was very interesting as Mexico has such a colourful history of different conquerers. I then went to the new mayan museum to up my information quota before heading to anymore ruins. Merida is the first place that I have ...
... armed police and their angry looking sniffer dogs. We were all made to line up behind our bags while the dog and his handler walked up and down the line several times; it really was an unnerving experience and I would have hated to find out what would happen if there were drugs in your bag.
After our stamp into Mexico and being given a leaflet in Spanish about the immigration process that we could make no sense out of, we spotted ...