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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
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 the mercado of downtown Merida.
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
Not content with one trip to Merida, Mexico for two weeks, I returned, and four days later got in a car with my partner and headed from home in Northern California towards Vancouver, Washington. In spite of being just a … 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