Calle 62, 511, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, 97000, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Merida

Plumed serpents, human skulls- you know, the usual

A travel blog entry by worldwideeyed


It was a case of 'first things first' when we woke up on our first proper day in Merida. We’d been looking forward to the eating in this part of the world for a long time, so as soon as we were out we made a beeline for the local market for our first dose of authentic Mexican street food.

We settled on cochinita pilbil and a plate of papadzuelos for our first meal. We knew the cochinita was a regional favourite, slow-cooked ...

A foreigner

A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine

... oil in Mexico, changing the years and years long Mexican government monopoly on oil with their company "Pemex." Floods, landslides, which side is right when you're a foreigner and don't know any more than what your professor tells you? Than time allows you before your brain explodes? Me, a foreigner in it all, trying to grasp meaning. I'm trying to grasp Latin American culture in between the lines of Pablo Neruda and Gabriel Garcia Marquez. The first thing my ...

Day 15: Merida

A travel blog entry by holliem


I woke up early as Janine was leaving for Palenque this morning. I said goodbye and then went to have breakfast, my Plan for the day was to visit Chichen Itza one of the most famous Mayan ruins in Mexico. I had heard it is really busy so it is best to go early in the morning. The first bus is at 9am from the bus station. After breakfast I still had an hour before i needed to leave to catch the ...

A Yucatecan cooking tour

A travel blog entry by thevillatievoli


We were invited by Adventures Mexico to join their cooing tour in Merida.
The group gathered at the Park Hidelgo in downtown Merida. From the park we walked south. As we passed the historic buildings and churches our guides Jorge and Luis told us the history of the buildings and the architecture. Arriving at the open market it was explainde how everything was laid out according to the sun so the meat section was on one side while the fish on the shaded side. It was ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels


... Fabian should have been organizing the taxis asap as we had to wait. It's the little things he tended to fumble on the trip.

To the Hotel Trinidad. Took a quick shower before 1700 rendezvous. The map was too small so Fabian had to get enlargements. The hotel cat flopped down, allowing me to at least touch him. Fabian outlined some options. The only one of interest to me was the cenotes but he did not really know the details ie which ones and ...


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