Address: Calle 59 No. 508 x 62, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle 59 No. 508 x 62, Merida, is near Xel-Ha and Aventuras Mayas.
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Travel Blogs from Merida

Merida and cenotes

A travel blog entry by kathypender on Nov 23, 2014

3 comments, 72 photos

... as it was quite big and deep. There were some sunlight rays coming in through the ceiling that looked awesome in the water! The last cenote was called Chacsinicche meaning tree of the res ants. This cenote had a larger opening and you could see in to the beautiful clear water. This cenote was the easiest to access with a big set of stairs down to the bottom. There was an area where you could jump into the water and Dylan did :) we snorkelled around at this cenote ...


A travel blog entry by ivoyvonne on Jun 13, 2014

37 photos

... talk at least to foreigners about it, as they donīt have a problem with it. One of them was a guatemalan guy called Dieter.

One day we had the opportunity to watch some local dance groups perform on a city square not far from our hostel and that was a fun experince too. Overall Merida was a great place and better than expected.

After six days it was time to move on and explore the rest of the Yucatan ...

Merida ... Where the Music Plays on!

A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Feb 15, 2014

54 photos

... plaza, and lots of outer ruins too. The Building of Columns is the most impressive, and would probably have had a roof, and we wandered around almost on our own in the sunshine taking pictures.

We then continued to Merida, which became wealthy thanks to the henequen, and was influenced more by European trading partners than central Mexico. Elegant town ...


A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Nov 10, 2013

8 photos

... an Avatar, dreaming that I was rushing through these heavily-rooted and giant tree-like plants. Mangroves actually filter salty water and release fresh water, helping maintain the ecosystem. Also, their presence increases the overall health and biodiversity of the water system. (I could talk all day about mangrove ecosystem services, but I'll spare you, readers.) Spotted among the branches were large, black nests, which our boat driver explained were termite ...

Tacos, Tequila and CORONA

A travel blog entry by muchachasontour on Oct 08, 2013

2 photos

... We felt very lucky to experience such authentic Mexican culture with so many amazing people. Some of Nadia's friends were very talented Spanglish speakers, which included gems such as "do you comprendacion me", and a logical assumption that "Motherfather" would be the female equivalent of "Godfather".

In the magical land of Chimo, where fortunately hangovers (or should we say crudas!) don't seem to affect visitors, we were never ...