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Taking a brief pitstop in the airconditioned loveliness of an internet cafe - our mission for the day to find Ron some new shorts is accomplished - HUZZAH!!
Merida is the capital of Yucatan state and likes its position. Were sitting just down the road from the …
When I planned this trip to Yucatan the first thing that i had decided was to be in Merida on Sunday. I had read that the people of Merida have a fun day the whole of Sunday with music, dance, shows and food. They close the streets in the centre of the town and it seems like whole town is in party mood. After a good night sleep from yesterday's …
... drive into the Chichen Itza town for a buffet lunch. This was a very nice buffet, they had a good mix of salads, hot dishes and fruit with deserts. I got my man vs food on and ate us much as I could in the time we had. The staff put on a performance of dancing and balancing all kinds of things on their heads, at times it was really impressive. After lunch they took us to a place we had no idea was involved with the tour, a big water hole in a cave in the ground where ...
After 24 hours of travel from Los Angeles, we arrived in the city of Merida in Mexico. It is the capital of Yucatan state, and is also known as the cultural capital.
Our first impressions were that there is some unwritten rule that each building must be a different colour from the last. Apparently this also applies to gravestones at cemeteries!
After arriving late and collapsing at Nomadas Hostel the following day ...
... for entertaining and could easily accommodate 50 or more people.
A few blocks away we visited another home, also mid 1800's, this one ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility