Piedra de Agua Hotel Boutique
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Adjoining Rooms
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... Heron were the highlight of the tour. We had a swim in the surf and a delicious seafood lunch including Ceviche which is raw fish marinated in lime juice with tomato, onion, cilantro (coriander) and black pepper. Must try to make it back in Eastwood. We walked around the markets tonight but only could find two quaint Mayan dresses for the grand daughters. We had an authentic Mayan meal - tamale and three ...
... music that everyone could get into. Then the band came back with more latin music, but by then the place had livened up and we all gave it a try, even me. I have two left feet when it comes to salsa, still, but after a couple of tequila shots I seriously didn't care.
We spent the next couple of hours partying and welcoming the new year. By that point, I was pretty tired. A few of the others had already headed back, and when I was ready to leave, ...
... After a huge meal I walked around as much of Merida as I could until a well deserved break was needed. On my walk I saw some very talented local buskers playing folk music, small amounts of street art scattered down alleyways and alot of different varieties of shops mainly selling clothing and small goods. I was out until about 12 and then made my way back to the hotel were the bus was to be leaving at 1 to head off the the ruins of Dzibilchaltun.
... It takes about 45mins to get to Uxmal. More beautiful ruins. This country is rife with awesome ruins. The decoration (although admittedly a lot has been reconstructed) is impeccable. There are heaps of iguanas hanging out in pairs, warming themselves proudly in the sun. I took more photos of the iguanas than the actual site, I think... We hop back into our van at lunchtime to head to the next site, Kabak, and holy **** it's like stepping into a microwave ...
... each group of students presented their worksite posters to their host parents. Then, we all dug into the food and desert that each family brought. It was so fun speaking Spanish all during the table-talk - a very different Thanksgiving experience for me, but wonderful! I had to explain a couple times why the heck we have this holiday because many people were confused, thinking it was not just a U.S. holiday and they weren't connecting the history ...