Tag Archives: The Sunday Traveler
Feeling groovy in Mexico City. A return after so many years. To roots, family, memories. More coming up on this vibrant, wild and crazy city.
I believe this is where we left off. The wonderful meal I enjoyed at the restaurant called The Museum of Gastronomy in downtown Merida. Another thing I had not known about Merida prior to getting there is that it is … Continue reading
Downtown Merida is a happening place, and the usual Mexican main plaza in the middle of a town holds true to form here too. The cathedral in a Mexican town is almost always at the main plaza or in very … Continue reading
Since it’s Sunday, and since it’s serendipitously the start of a new year, and holiday of sorts, I felt it right to set off on the right foot here on my blog. On my recent trip to Merida, I was … Continue reading
Benicia, in Northern California, on the Carquinez Strait. Home. As I age, there is nothing more important to me than home and family at the holidays. Hoping everyone has had some semblance of peace, and a lot of love.
The Sunday Traveler visited Merida in late September this year, a first for me in this part of Mexico, Yucatán. Merida is so much more than I had anticipated; the capital of the state of Yucatán, with a population of … Continue reading
In Yucatán there are words and names of places that do not roll easily off the tongue. Dzibilchaltun is one of them. A Maya archeological site of ruins about ten miles north of Merida, the state capital. The main structure, … Continue reading
The Monday morning milagro (miracle). I’ve sat myself down at my desk to post something here at last. Several weeks of travel, of being foot loose and fancy free, of having not a care or worry except booking flights and … Continue reading
It begins in earnest. First: Showing everyone where it is you’re so excited about going to because they’ve never heard of it, maybe heard about it somewhere a long time ago, or heard of it but don’t know where it … Continue reading