Hotel Reef Yucatan - All Inclusive & Convention Center
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... gates. We finally arrived to our first cenote, Noh Mozon, got suited up with Christian and his six pack wetsuit and down we went to 26m. Had trouble with my mask which was annoying - Christian gave me one of his spares but I didn't have time to clean it properly which meant it was a pretty foggy dive :( saw a human skull, a bull skull, some bones and 1 fish. It was still pretty cool to dive in a cave though and a good introduction ...
... walls. We even found out the meteor that killed off the dinosaurs 65million years ago came down near Merida, as the ground heated up and bubbled this caused the cenotes, underground caves and sinkholes. This is also why the Mayans built so many cities in this area as abundant water underground. Thses towns are full of Spanish styled buildings, all perfect for the heat. We have been told April temp will go to 45degrees and then the ...
... me of those of the cathedral in Leon, Nicauraga, Dave. Some people were in quiet contemplation so I did not even take a photograph.
A bit of water and a Dr Pepper for a treat 15MP and it was back to the room, a few rogue raindrops having fallen. Sarki's gone out for a walk. Several shots of the capuccino mezcal to while away the time. Only Chang, the Translator, Sarki and I to accompany Fabian for dinner. He had sourced out a place on the barber's street. ...
Merida appeared to me to be similar Antigua (see 5.2) in that it is a colourful colonial city, crammed with culture.
My hostel was in an excellent spot; looking onto the main old square, and for my four days there it served as a solid base, always offering something to do. 7.2.1 and 7.2.2 describe in more detail the away days, however here I shall run through a bit of what the town was like.
It served as a colonial capital after the ...
... far from the centro. M$70 standard. Daniel lives with his family. He gave me his bed, and he slept in a hammock.
As it was raining, we both just worked on the net for a while until the rain subsided. He then accompanied me to town, and showed me how to take the public transport to the town and from their house. it cost $6 each way.
The zocalo, or center of town, is truly colonial. Other than that, I found, it's a sorry mish-mash ...
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