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

Third times the charm!!

A travel blog entry by rachels694


... br> After a wonderful day touring this site we decided to head into the town of Merida to do some trinket shopping on our last full day in the area.

Merida is a colorful town and is the capital of the Mexican state of Yucatán and largest city of the Yucatán Peninsula. It is located in the northwest part of the state, about 35 kilometres (22 miles) from the Gulf of Mexico coast. The city, like much of the state, has heavy Mayan, French, British and to a lesser ...

Meeting teachers and exploring Mérida

A travel blog entry by acrossthesun


... that my waiter had seen fit to tip himself from my change. I don't know if he was trying to save me the embarassment of insulting him, or if he feared that I had no other change having presented him with a 500 peso note, but regardless I felt that this was pretty rude. I quickly got over it though, particularly since he'd taken the exact tip I intended to give him. I made my way back to the hostel in the drizzle and turned in at about 10pm, ready to sleep early yet again!

Day 71 - Chichen Itza tour

A travel blog entry by jayandbob

This is a top pick!

... over an hour of free time before we head to lunch. Bobbie and I walked around taking photos and checking all the areas we didn't get a close look at. On the way out, the line to get in stretched right through the plaza into the car park, we couldn't believe how popular this area is compared to all the other sites we've been to. Out the front I had my photo taken with Mayan warriors in traditional battle gear, they looked pretty intimidating. We then boarded the bus to ...

Mayans, Merida and more cenotes

A travel blog entry by kev_erin


... chicken. Once again the meal was delicious and finally having a corona to wash it down made it even better. After dinner we decided to do a free 1 hour salsa lesson. Little did we know that our Puerto Rican instructor Marco was a slave driver and the class was non-stop for nearly 90 minutes! It was quite good to learn a few of the steps and despite him continuously repeating they were basic steps we can assure you they weren't. After our class we were exhausted and went off to ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels


... were not clipping by fast enough: 116k at 1423, finally the last 100k at 1436.

Low clouds were on the horizon, perhaps a sign of a change in the weather. We formally crossed into Yucatan state at 1502. Another soldier episode and a show on nature filled some moments. A show for kids followed and our first Yucatan police. At 1545, there was the final split for Cancun. The two Aussie bimbos laughed away at some childish humour for the show for kids, ...


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