Travel Blogs from Merida
... until 1.30pm with a short break for a light almuerzo at las doce del mediodia. After class, we walked home and had our segundo almuerzo at Maggie's house. This was the main meal of the day and generally consisted of tacos, re-fried beans, rice, chicken, soup, and fresh fruit juice followed by dolces. Muy delicioso! Despues almuerzo we were inevitably muy lleno y muy consado and it was muy calor outside so we would retreat to the ...
... artísticos y arquitectónicos de las ciudades mayas en México.
Se especula que su declive comienza cuando merma el poder de los itzáes y que luego su población misma cambiara de lugar su capital dejando una población menor en la ubicación original.
... so not long enough). We also jumped off and had a quick walk through mangroves and spotted a few kingfishers which was cool! Always good to see them. Next it was back on the bus to a beach side seafood restaurant called Poseidon. Food was OK but had way too much time there 21/2 hours. Weather was too overcast and windy to swim so we just strolled along the beach. Lots of cool shells and also horseshoe ...
... catch an overnight bus to Tuxtla Gutierrez.
This is a big city and we got a taxi from the bus station to the only hostel we could find. The guy who answered the bell was grumpy and told us the hostel was full. We didn't believe him, figuring he was just too lazy to help us. So we got the taxi driver to take us a hotel where they told us they only had suites left. We didn't believe them either, but what do you do? So we paid our money and got to ...
... thanks to Tammy
for the recipe)! When they left, we had invitations for two more dinners in
their homes....Hospitality abounds here!!! and BTW, Wayne is having a
ball!!!Today we will see about renting a car and will schedule our excursion to
Sotuta de Peon( one of the last working haciendas where agave plant are turned
into sisal rope!!! ADIOS from ...