Rancho Komchen

Libramiento Dzemul-Xtampu KM 1.5, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, 97404, Mexico | Ranch

Travel Blogs from Merida

Ups and downs: Volunteering and Hospital

A travel blog entry by melodyandbrad


... t able to go on tours or to the ruins. It was sooo hot in Merida, so where ever an air conditioner was, we were close by.

With the waiting game to recover, we tried to find lots of resources to donate to Nueva Vida. We bought lots of art supplies, information books, teaching resources and Christmas presents. We previously organised to teach Music and English at ...

A foreigner

A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine

While the hurricanes and its stormy aftermaths rock through about 16 states of Mexico, people in the world are drinking coffee picked from a small coffee plantation village. The storms completely destroyed over half of this village, and maybe the man or young woman who picks the coffee beans you brew every so often is now buried under what seems to be miles of dirt, fallen infrastructure, mess. How much of your coffee comes from a village now destroyed, such as ...

Week Seven

A travel blog entry by sian_and_jim


... us with stories of her visiting the site when she was young and it was a great day that we capped off with a very traditional dinner (caramelised papaya with grated cheese anyone?...). We may give it some time before we visit other Mayan ruins though as we are currently experiencing ruin fatigue! Continuing on with experiencing the Yucatan culture we have gone to a couple of cooking classes that have been organized by our hostel - we are learning that there is more to ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels


... were not clipping by fast enough: 116k at 1423, finally the last 100k at 1436.

Low clouds were on the horizon, perhaps a sign of a change in the weather. We formally crossed into Yucatan state at 1502. Another soldier episode and a show on nature filled some moments. A show for kids followed and our first Yucatan police. At 1545, there was the final split for Cancun. The two Aussie bimbos laughed away at some childish humour for the show for kids, ...

Lost Cities

A travel blog entry by kryten4b


... 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 ...


This ranch, located on Libramiento Dzemul-Xtampu KM 1.5, Merida, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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