Hotel Ibis Merida
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Travel Blogs from Merida
I saw some Tigers, Lions, Giraffe, Hippos and so many animals at the Merida zoo. For sure the best day of the trip so far.
I also try to catch some pigeons at the central plaza without success.
An all-day travel day from Palenque to Merida. First sight of water in 2 weeks with the Gulf of Mexico at Champoton. All those pelicans sitting on the posts by the fishing boats.
San Idelfonso Cathedral with the giant ...
... and being in love with the moment and one another. It was incredibly fun translating all night between everyone, and I feel so blessed to have gained fluidity with the language.
After the host family party, Cyndy took Cassie and I out for birthday dinner at La Tratto in downtown Santa Lucia Park. It was a delicious Italian restaurant, and we went h.a.m. on some red wine, pasta and bread. Cyndy surprised me ...
... easy, the way it should be. We spent the day walking around Merida, checking out the sites, the parks, the zocalo and the cathedrals as well as Bobbie doing her usual looking in every clothing shop while I stand out the front and wait, or go in with her and try to look interested. There are lots of clothing shops around, I found a really great music shop with heaps of drum kits set up, I couldn't play any which was just a tease but it was ...
... We were all pretty impressed by the genuinely huge span of the sight, and
although we were taking our time it took at least two hours to see the whole
place. Aside from this brief description
it just looks better in the pictures.
So after that we packed up in Merida, said some woeful
farewells, painted our hands onto the wall (bit tribal, bit Mayan) and headed
back to Cancun in joyful anticipation of Mr Hewes’ arrival and the return of
some male company.