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Travel Blogs from Merida
...V Merido dva prisla ob 9.00 zjutraj in kar nekaj casa sva porabila, da sva poiskala primerno prenocisce. Ravno v tem casu se je tukaj zakljuceval nek enotedenski festival rocnih umetnosti.Vso mesto je bilo okraseno in v notranjosti zaprto za promet´. Pravijo, da je Merida najbolj mehisko mesto v Mehiki. Pred letom 1952 se je na njenem mestu …
... me to "rip off the band aid, and run." I was embarking on an ADVENTURE, a REAL adventure! And I was SO NERVOUS, barely able to sleep a wink the night before. He assured me that I need not worry about what I'm leaving or who I'm leaving behind, but to take this time for myself to learn and grow and have a blast, and to just run. Take every day as its own and enjoy the time while I have it.
Lucky us, as we were boarding our first flight we saw another Centre ...
... and reinvigorate our
overheating bodies. In the end we were drawn by the enticing pictures in guide
books and magazines of cave bottom, crystal clear lakes, and so sort out the
nearest cenote; San Ignacio. After an
even hotter than normal cramped bus journey (a lady fell asleep on me which
made things even more uncomfortable), we positively dashed along the track following
the signs and were rewarded with a beautiful cenote. After a brief walk down ...
... of sophistication finally found.
It was six lane highway into Merida. The city's outskirts were reached by 1550; the bus terminal, at 1603. The bag of Bird Brain Sara came out relatively early. You needed the ticket to move it. I told her that her bag was in the way, preventing further downloading. Nothing clicked in her pea brain head. She finally went to get it and did not have the ticket. What a dolt.
It was hot in the local sun, waiting ...
... had seats all over the bus people would swap with us...wrong! To Kim's delight she had a bear sleeping just behind her and the woman occupying the swat next to her actually needed three seats! Dave was right in the front so every person that walked past to get on or off bumped him and I had a guy who as tiny as he was seemed to take up half my seat! I think by the time I arrived in Palenque I had managed to catch 20 mins of what was parading as ...