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Mexico City was amazing and we loved every minute of our stay there. For such a populated city it was pretty clean and the people were very friendly, the language was a bit of a barrier as not a lot of English is spoken even in the main tourist areas, there was alot of hand signals and gestures and alot of laughing at us, but we got always got by. One thing I noticed too was the mexican men seem very respectful towards ...
... variety of cycles - tandems, tri-cycles, souped up choppers with boom-boxes and some normal bicycles - we noticed that the road was beautifully paved with cobblestones and the buildings looking good. This was the colonial splendour that Mérida boasted.
We went into Casa de Montejo, the house of the Spanish 'founder' of Mérida in 1542 - a very grand building with very elegant old furniture. Across the plaza was the Palacio del Gobierno ...
Merida was a welcome change from Cancun, though I'm glad I spent some time in Cancun to see what all the fuss is about...though as a shop assistant told me today, "we just think of Cancun as "gringoland"", he has a point. Merida has been crowned as the cultural capital of the Yucatan state and is filled with numerous museums and a lot of pastel coloured colonial style buildings. However due to the close vicinity to ...
... to fifty, then find/ chase them round the 40 degree play park.
When we left Merida, I think we were all pretty sad to say goodbye. Emotional. We had equally good times with the adult
group, despite all going in very nervous. For the first few sessions we were
only teaching three guys: the comisario (sheriff), Juan, and frankly all of our
favourites, Fabien; the slightly camp but very good English speaking shop owner
who put all of our Spanish to shame. ...
... colonial buildings have 18 foot ceilings with open court yards to keep you cool. That evening we walked to Centro to see the main square, which was busy with open markets, local bands and people dancing in the street, very festive!
Day Two: Head east to some well know sites
We did what most tourists do headed to Chichen Itza ("at the mouth of the well"), a must see as it is so grand. It is one of the ...