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Paseo de Montejo – Mérida.

Merida’s elegant tree lined Paseo de Montejo is the city’s main boulevard and most fashionable district. Once a primarily residential area, the Paseo de Montejo in Merida has since been commercialized and many of the historic 19th century mansions that … Continue reading

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Las ruinas de Uxmal (Mérida).

By now you might well be thinking one of two things; all Richard seems to do is visit Mayan ruins or; there must be a lot of Mayan ruins in Guatemala, Belize, and The Yutacan. Of course you could be … Continue reading

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The Faulty Towers of Mexico.

Since the Spanish conquest, Mérida has been the cultural capital of the entire Yucatán Peninsula. At times provincial, at others ‘muy cosmopolitano,’ it is a town steeped in colonial history, with narrow streets, broad central plazas and the region’s best … Continue reading

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