Merida Mision Park Plaza

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Calle 60 No. 491, Esquina con 57, Merida, Yucatan, 97000, Mexico
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Where to meet expats

by shukers

We will be in Merida Dec 9-13-08 for the first time to check out possible retirement options. Where would one go to meet expats for a quick download on local info. Breakfast cafe, bar, resaurant, local bartender?

More interested in local lifestyle than notable tourism stops.

John Shukers

Re: Where to meet expats

by telchacsusan

The Merida English Library is a great resource for meeting expats. They have a number of social events. On Mondays, 'Conversations with Friends' - not classes, just an opportunity to practice your language skills and meet new people. The Merida Men's Club meets the 1st, 3rd and 5th Tuesday of the month at 8:30 am at Bistro Kaapej on Montejo near the Fuente. On Wednesdays they have House and Garden tours. On the 3rd Friday of each month, it holds a once a social get together from 7:30–10:30 PM. You can check the schedule on Yucatan Today's 'Events' page here: http://www.yucatantoday.com/eng-events.php

Re: Where to meet expats

by LaurensC

Is your Merida in Spain,Mexico,Venezuela,... ?

Re: Where to meet expats

by shukers

Sorry.......Merida, Yucatan, Mexico

Re: Where to meet expats

by Redlats

You might want to wander north to Progreso and its neighbouring towns on the Gulf of Mexico. That is where a number of expats land up. Given the speed of how things work in Mexico, you might want to spend a bit more than four days to get the flavour of the place. In Progreso there are a number of regular activities like bridge on Tuesdays and Thursdays, fish and chip night Fridays, etc.

Re: Where to meet expats

by guppyd

I agree definitely with the library, also this website is a forum dedicated to expats in the Yucatan. http://www.yolisto.com/

I recently went to a cigar shop on Montejo owned by an American. The shop also has a bar in the back he says is an "expat bar" so I'd check it out too.

http://www.lcdhmerida.com/

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Cultural Activities

by khaki

The carriage ride down Paseo Montejo is a MUST !!! - as is Saturday night shows and Sunday in Merida. There really are no words to describe it. I miss just hanging out for a long afternoon - or a late supper - at one of the sidewalk cafes.

Bombaaaaaaa

by patricia1.nunez

every night around 8 pm in the main plaza or esplanade, will be a free show that captives both national and international tourist,,,the show is called Las bombas and those are folk dances mixed whith a little theater, music and the most important, traditional jokes with this heavy spanish Yucatan accent ,very funny rimes telll by funny people at the end they say bomba......and everybody screams Bombaaaa too, make sure you buy some snacks and enjoy the show..

Ruta Puuc: Grutas de Loltun

by darthmilmo

On my third day in Ticul, I visited the Grutas de Loltun, which is a cavern inhabited since prehistoric times and later by the Mayans. In it, there are two columns that when hit reverberate the sound LOL-TOON

Catedral de San Ildefonso

by Jase1177

There are quite a few churches around Merida, with the town jewel on the east side of the main plaza: Catedral de San Ildefonso. This church is among the oldest in Mexico, from the late 1500s and built on top of a former Mayan temple site.

There other, smaller churches that also are pretty impressive around town.

Dancing in the Streets

by Kindberg37

One night while we were in Merida there was a display of local dancing put on. Kids and adults of all ages and dancing levels took to the street and showed off their moves - they even had a live band to dance too! It was a great evening and a fun way to interact with everyone else in town.

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