Casa de las Columnas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... tortas, gorditas, sincronizadas, panuchos, salbutes, barbacoa, churros, marquesitas etc. Oh, I mustn't forget the typical Mexican drink made out of rice and cinnamon - horchata. In this kind of food markets we generally manage to satisfy our stomachs for MXN 50 - 80.
Before we grabbed something to eat we decided to check out a place where all music was coming from. After a while we found out that there was a small concert going on in front of the City Hall. It ...
Merida, not much here was worthy of a blog mention so I will skip the details. Nice town though, just not particularly exciting. On my way from Merida to Playa Del Carmen I stopped at Chichen Itza for a few hours. Chichen Itza is probably the most famous of the Mayan ruins in Central America. As a result the site is overrun with hawkers trying to pester you into buying their ****. The environment around the ruins is almost ...
Well it has certainly been a long time since the original saggy blue trunks man in Cuba (approximately 8 years to be exact) but I still remember that day, and subsequent blog rant as if it were yesterday! Yes, I have been writing this kind of **** for 8 years now and maybe one day, I'll upload the others…
To give you a bit of background, original saggy blue trunks man was situated at an amazingly picturesque waterfall, however his constant desire to bend down with ...
... why we decided against buying the Hacienda (that and the price of the place).
Off the main road we visited a Cacao place where we were shown the process of making chocolate and tasted some chocolate drink, mixed with your own choice of chili powder, vanilla, allspice or sugar. Very nice indeed. Could have done without the Maya ceremony which I thought was rather embarrassing.
The end of our day was spent in ...
... call that she had just had a cancelation for tomorrow but we would have to move our room for one night. OK? So early the next morning we were on our way to Cascadas de Merida.
We arrived there around noon after a short detour to Izamal, an interesting yellow town built on top of ancient Mayan Ruins. I was incensed that the Catholic Church had decided that this ancient religion was so irrelevant and inferior that they had no ...