Suites del Sol
Travel Blogs from Merida
Feliz Navidad, to all our family members and friends! Our relaxing Christmas morning is linked to Alberta through CKUA , as we listen to the special Christmas programming. We hope all of you are having a delightful Christmas morning together with your loved ones.
Although Christmas is not the huge commercial event that it has become in the …
The most interesting thing we did on our overnight stop in Cancun, was discover a fantastic restaurant called 100% Natural (It's a chain!). We had a delicious supper and were so impressed that we went back for breakfast. Once fueled with multigrain pancakes and fruit, and special omelet, we caught the four-hour bus to Merida …
... onto a USB and take it to a copy/print place 2 blocks away. So essentially today we did not go out and hung about. I also rechecked all the gear and tried to rationalise and organise the pack to make sure I am not carrying excessive stuff. I did manage to get the prinitng done for my Cuba flight, accommodation and taxi pickup soam feeling good now . We're also now booked with accommodation in Peurto Morelos which is south from Cancun towards Playa Del Carmen on the ...
... tortillas to put your pork in. To make it possibly my favorite meal yet, you add radish, cilantro, onion and lime juice to each taco. So. delicious.
During this lunch, Mine and I were discussing different Halloween traditions and got onto the subject of what makes us afraid. "What scares you?" I ask Selma. She thought for a good bit, then proclaimed, "Nada." After Mine cleaned her plate and said that she didn't believe in ghosts, Selma and I ...
... said they were little goblins or ghosts that the Maya believed took care of their crops, especially maiz. They also believed that the aluxes would make themselves visible at nighttime to scare people and children for enjoyment.
kisin: the devil
mucbipollo: Yucatecan dish for Dia de los muertos
la chinas: oranges
mulix: curly haired person