Hotel Ibis Merida
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... drive from Izamel. We decide to postpone our visit to a Cenote for the morning and instead check in and have some time to relax. Each set of villas at the Mayaland Lodge at Chichen Itza has its own pool so a few of us gather around the pool to swim and do some "work" - comparing notes and the like.
Soon its time for a pre-dinner drink and we are offered the chance to view a movie in the observatory which shows a movie depicting the story ...
I got a subway sandwich and had hald for brekky and t he other half for was to be consumed during the journey to Merida. My bus left at 1pm and I was very impressed by the 1st class buses they have here. They showed two films and there was a toilet; such luxury! Apart from a screaming baby, the trip was faultless. The first film was fun; Last Vegas with De Niro , Michael Douglas and Morgan Freeman; it was very funny indeed. The next was an obscure Mexican film called Cyber ...
... loaded back into our car for the 2 hour long drive towards our hotel based just outside of a town called Merida. On the way we pulled over and visited a tequila plant where they grow, cut, harvest and make tequila. We bought a bottle and continued on our drive in the jungle.
Upon arriving at our hotel (or rather Hacienda) we were absolutely floored at the beauty of our location. Beautiful gardens and the rooms were stuff I could have only imagined in a dream. This ...
... students were studying, and some of them didn't have their papers on them, they would be sent immediately to the border or to an immigration detention center possibly hundreds of miles from where they were staying, no questions asked.
How interesting it was to be in the situation we were in today. A good, good experience for us as United States citizens in Mexico. ...
... with a profesor/wildlife management biologist from Merida. Never have I had a night class, so by the time that was over at 7 PM and I walked the 20 min back to my house, I was exhausted. I walked into a living room with stuffed couches. 8 people, 2 I knew. With a fried brain, I said my "mucho gusto" to mama's nephews and neices, warmed up a quick dinner and headed to mi cuarto. Homework time. PEACE & ...