Hotel Casa Nobel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... had a huge bowl of something hot in it. And there's no air circulation. Mario doesn't look happy. We eventually realise that the back windows can be popped open slightly. I feel like a goldfish sucking at a tiny gap of air. Kabak is cool, but not nearly as large in size. We spend about 40mins there, and I play with a cute dog that actually wants to be patted (a lot of the dogs so far won't come near me). Then we stop at a hotel to have a buffet lunch. Which I ...
... how awesome they are) and put it in their envelope stuck on the wall. I'll miss being in Mexico with this amazing group of young humans.
I ended the night by admiring historic downtown Merida one of the last times and returned home just in time to say goodbye to Nenuca and Paolina (IT WAS SO GREAT TO SEE HER SHE'S BEEN SO BUSY!). I then sent a photo of my environmental studies professor and me to him through email, of which his response ...
... of the water changed with the sun and was so clear. Lots of little fish that nibbled your toes and legs and bats inside the cave. The best part was the lack of other tourists. Early start again won the day. As we left we had to get off our truck three times to let about 4 other lots through. This involved pulling the truck off the track, the other horse drawn truck going through and then our man manhandling our truck back ...
... he asked us if we wanted to know what we being sold at the next place before, or after, we tried it. You know when that’s said it’s going to be something that most of us will not have considered eating. I opted for afterwards. Probably just as well, the first sample was dark and crunchy and salty – turned out to be deep fried fat offcuts. The second was light coloured, crunchy on the outside and very springy in the middle – think ...
... inside just like the inside of the buildings. The water collected usually lasted them for the dry season.
On our way to Kabah, we stopped at really small ruin called Sabbaccag, it is a really small site, only a couple of buildings in total. It is mainly overgrown but looking at the last standing building you can see inside that INAH (Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia) has erected support beams to ...