Cenote Tours with Art Apart Hostel

By / 23rd August, 2016 / Activities, Merida, tourism, Travel / Off

One of the characteristic attractions of the Yucatan Peninsula , los Cenote.

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Chichen Itza

By / 14th August, 2016 / Activities, Merida, Ruins, tourism, Travel / Off

Enjoy with Art Apart the Legendary Mayan city.

Art Apart takes you to visit one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.

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¡VIVE MERIDA!

By / 14th August, 2016 / Activities, Food, Merida, Ruins, Shopping, tourism, Travel / Off

¡VIVE MERIDA!

Actividades Gratuitas Diarias / Free Daily Activities
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Uxmal

By / 14th August, 2016 / Activities, Merida, Ruins, tourism, Travel / Off

Just 60 km from the city of Merida is one of the most important archaeological sites of the ancient Maya culture in Yucatan.

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Salut! Ça va?

By / 10th July, 2016 / Activities, Merida, Ruins, tourism, Travel / Off

It just blows my mind when I realize how adventure, friendship, and all this magical things happen to us when less expected.

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The Ruins of Dzibilchatún, Yucatan Mexico!

By / 22nd September, 2015 / Activities, Food, Merida, Ruins, tourism, Travel / Off

The Ruins of Dzibilchatún, in Yucatan Mexico!

Yes, we did it. Equinox in Dzibilchatún. We went on a journey and were in the midst of adventure on this memorable day of Mayan Ceremony, just enjoying life and doing crazy things all the way to the beach…

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Carta a un Viajero

By / 16th September, 2015 / Activities, Food, Shopping, tourism, Travel / Off

Te amo y te disfruto libre. Amo verte volar, amo verte compartir, amo ver cómo te enriqueces con cada nueva experiencia, sabor, sonido, sentimiento y paisaje; amo verte compartiendo tu vida, creatividad y alegría…

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Traveler vs. Tourist

By / 16th September, 2015 / Activities, Food, Merida, Shopping, tourism, Travel / Off

Screw the “Traveler vs. Tourist” campaign!

Much has been said about what it means to be a traveler and a tourist.

Supposedly:

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My Time in Mexico – Guest Submitted

By / 23rd April, 2015 / Activities, Food, Merida, Ruins, Shopping / Off

I’m 28, male, and with a desire to travel, see, touch and smell as many things as possible. Hence, I arrived in Mexico 2 months ago, and although I was meant to just be passing visit, traveling as I was down south to Guatemala and beyond, I’ve stayed a lot longer. Mostly because the country turned out to be pretty damn beautiful, and the people, although occasionally baffled by your pigeon Spanish, are warm and welcoming. Even the small gnomish women in the local café who find my ordering vegetarian food innately hilarious, every time.

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Merida

By / 7th March, 2015 / Activities, Food, Merida, Shopping / Off

Merida, capital city of the Mexican state of Yucatán, is located in the northern part of the peninsula of the same name; of the three capital cities that make up the Yucatan peninsula, Merida is the one that has grown from one time to the date of substantial form, which makes it a city with all services for a full week, as it is located in a strategic location close to beaches, places of ecological reserve where you can see exotic flora and fauna and archaeological sites of the ancient Mayan culture.

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