Piedra de Agua Hotel Boutique
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Adjoining Rooms
- Minbar in room
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... evening was reserved for the dancing extravaganza at the palacio municiapal. I took my place next to Monica from Santiago de las Casas, Chiapas. She turned out to be a psychology teacher and we chatted away whilst watching the traditional music and dances. The dancers wore traditional costumes and showed us all how its done. After the basic stuff they showed some real showmanship and balanced bottles of beer on their heads and span round and round, this was followed by trays ...
... universe—which was intimately tied to what was visible in the dark night skies of the Yucatán Peninsula.
The most recognizable structure here is the Temple of Kukulkan, also known as El Castillo. This glorious step pyramid demonstrates the accuracy and importance of Maya astronomy—and the heavy influence of the Toltecs, who invaded around 1000 and precipitated a merger of the two cultural traditions. The temple has 365 steps—one for each day of ...
... established that I was a beginner as he asked me why and for how long I had been studying Spanish. They were, however prepared to take me on as a student and asked me to come back at 9am the next day.
I decided to head out exploring in the afternoon after nipping back to the hostel to collect some things. Having initially been a little negative about the hostel, I started to warm to it. It's peaceful and has a spiritual feel to it; they offer free yoga ...
... we went to the Governor's Palace to see amazing murals that depict the history of Merida. Then, we went to the market at "Merida en domingo." So much fresh fruit, vegetables, spices and PEOPLE. During free time, we swam at the hotel and then went on our first public bus ride to Altabrisa (mall) to meet our homestay mamas. I took my host mom, Nenuca, and her daughter, Paulina, out for ice cream. (The vanilla ice cream is so much richer than in the US!). My mom works for ...
... and the area was crowded. Our first stop was at a chile stand. Our guide explained they different types of chiles and the hotness. I did not know they were color coordinated like a stop light, green being mild, yellow being mild and red.....hot..stop...danger!! Larger chiles also tend to be more mild whereas the smaller are more intense. Next we went to the spices. We were encouraged to smell them and even taste some to know them. Walking along we were in the other ...