Piedra de Agua Hotel Boutique
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- Minbar in room
- Adjoining Rooms
- Drycleaning onsite
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... This cenote was a small cavern in the rocks with a depth of 24m. The second cenote was only 2m deep however a lot more open and despite Joseph insisting the cenotes were all 27 degrees, this was colder than the first (and none were 27 degrees!) The third, a beautiful clear blue open cenote reaching 30m (maybe 40m in depth) Tonight a quick 2hr bus to Valladolid for our next stop, or so we thought... 4 hrs later we arrived at the hostel at ...
... after me and asked why I had a cold shower. WHAT??? That's when I had my first Spanish lesson - C=Caliente (hot) F (not H as I thought)=Fria (cold). Can't wait to have a caliente shower tomorrow!!!
After a nice breakfast made by Chris, we headed into Merida to take in a Museum of the Mayan. The pottery is quite a craft but the art on each piece is amazing. I got in trouble at the museum. The pieces are ...
... of beer (traditional Mexican brand - Sol), cream cheese and some crackers and installed ourselves on the balcony. For the rest of the evening we just talked, laughed and listened to the music coming from the main square. What a pleasant night!
There was actually another cultural event taking place at the street level of the City Hall - Yucateca Vaqueria. Since we were having such a great time up on the balcony we preferred to stay and fully enjoy that unique common ...
Today i changed the plans. No travel around but a party in the noon. Nice to get a invitation to a unplanned activities.
So it was easy to decide to stay in the downtown. I choosed the park zoologico del centecnario. It was free to go in. It invited lotts of intresting animals and many activities for the children and the adults. I suggest you go there when you ...
... Still it’s an interesting sales technique which would be quite amusing to see implemented back home... Guess it is one way of making you hungry!
We walked up through the non-paying areas up to a swimming spot at the top of the falls, but the water was pretty FREEZING so didn’t last too long in there! Then got a bumpy truck ride back to the Palenque town, where we asked the driver to stop off at the other waterfall on the way, but he blasted past ...