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... all the other roads we've travelled by bus in Mexico. So it was just a straight highway all the way to Cancun. We got there about 5pm, got a cab to our hotel, our hotel Hacienda de Castilla is the cheapest we could find on hotels.com which we are now using to book hotels due to bookings.com never giving us the right price and even though hotels.com is a tad more expensive they give you a free night after booking 10 nights. The hotel was actually pretty nice for the price. The room had ...
... decided to do a day bus trip that was only available on Sundays. We had to get up fairly early to catch the bus cos it left from downtown and it was a public bus, not a tour so we had to make sure we caught it on time. It drove us around the 'Ruta Puuk' area which is loop of 5 different ruins. The bus dropped us off at each Mayan ruin location and would wait approx. 45mins before heading to the next Mayan ruin area. This was great as we could look around ourselves and ...
... walls. One of them is of a Spanish soldier standing with each foot on a Mayan's head. That’s one way of telling your people who is boss - seems very odd that it hasn’t been taken down yet. The cathedral itself is gigantic; it was apparently originally destined for Lima. However, there was a mix up with the plans and the smaller version of it got built in Lima and the large version in Merida, totally ...
... is adjacent to the Square. It was about 2:30 and we figured whatever was going to happen would happen by 3, so we hung around. We chatted with a Catholic priest named Pepe who had come from Puerto Vallarta by invitation for some of the ceremonies. Pepe invited us to be his guests at Mass tonight but we don't have anything to wear:-)
He told us that he had heard the new Mexican president was coming today. He was elected in July but has only been in office 20 ...
... with a buenos nachos, instead of buenos noches. Also, at some point I asked a question, but it came out, loosely, as ¨My cat told me to say.¨
I get points for trying, right?
Anyway, we are now here in the quiet, sleepy beach town of Mahahual (just say Moo-haha, it works okay for me). It´s really catered to throngs of partying cruise ship passengers, but when there is no liner at the docks, it´s truly a chill, fun little town. We were going to head ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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