Intercontinental Presidente Merida
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Merida at first glance seems to be one of those cities where you would like to spend some more time to get to know better the city center, restaurants and cultural attractions. As this time we were just in transit, I'd need to come back!
... pero ya muy calor! After a delicious desayuna of huevos y fruta we set out for our first day of spanish escuela! Arriving at Habla at nueve y media de la mañana we met our teachers, Ramon y Marimar, and our fellow students, Betsy and Jessica. We had enrolled in a spanish immersion program, meaning that we would live, breath and eat spanish for the next week! Classes commenced at 9.30am after a light desayuna (our segundo desayuna of the dia!) ...
... br style="font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; line-height: normal; background-color: rgb(70, 69, 27); ">Hay con un campo de juego de pelota maya. Los templos fueron escenario de rituales y labores de gobierno cuya decoración minuciosa aún es perceptible hasta la fecha.
El complejo entero es considerado como uno de los mejores ejemplos de belleza ...
... hopefully good luck for the rest of the trip. Dinner was at Pancho's - bit pricey but delicious.
The next day we booked in for a day tour to Celestun (in hindsight we would of much preferred to do it ourselves). We drove out to Celestun which is a river/mangrove area. We went to see the flamingos - and boy did we see flamingos - thousands - all bright pink and comical. We were on a boat for about ...
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