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Browsing Archive: December, 2010

Adopt a Turtle from Sea Turtle Conservancy

Posted by Travel Merida Mexico on Saturday, December 18, 2010, In : Habitat and Wildlife Conservation 

Green Gifts Mean More This Holiday Season: Adopt a Turtle from Sea Turtle Conservancy


Contact: Rocio Johnson, Public Relations Coordinator
Phone: (325) 373-6441

Adopt-A-Turtle as a Holiday Gift!

GAINESVILLE, FL – This year, more than ever, consider a holiday gift idea that gives back to the environment. The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico was particularly devastating to sea turtles, setting back conservation efforts by decades. But your gift of a symbolic sea turtle adoption can he...


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Travel Merida has Teamed with Journeys of the Spirit Travel Tours

Posted by Travel Merida on Thursday, December 9, 2010, In : Merida Travel Blog 
Are you looking to find yourself?

I am very proud to announce that TravelMerida.com has joined the Journeys of the Spirit affiliate program. Before joining any affiliate program I always search out the provider, look at their offers and make the determination if it will be a benefit to my viewers. If you are looking for that spirit filled journey, looking to find peace within your travel vacation, and find yourself, then I so recommend these folks.

About What They Offer:

At Journeys of the Spi...
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Hotels in Merida Mexico

Posted by Travel Merida on Sunday, December 5, 2010, In : Merida Travel Blog 
What ever your budget may be, Merida Mexico has a hotel that will fit it. As a long time traveler to this area, and believe me, back in the day when I was a tourist visiting the area, I always looked for the most for less. Everyone knows that we have all the fine hotels here that cater to to the business traveler. But we also have a very large count of those quality hotels that range from 25 bucks to 50 bucks.

If you are beginning your search from the Merida city center, from the central park...
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Yucatan Fishing Tour

Posted by Travel Merida on Saturday, December 4, 2010, In : Merida Travel Blog 

Greetings everyone from sunny Progreso Mexico. My name is Randy Miller, a 47 year old American living in the Yucatan now for 11 years. I starting bass fishing some 28 years ago while living in Arkansas. I fished the Redman and B.A.S.S. pro tours for a number of years but honestly never made enough money to make a career out of it. And so as many others have had to do, I got me a real job. I created a business that I ran successfully for about 20 years. When the timing wa...


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Crime On The Mexican - USA Border

Posted by Travel Merida on Wednesday, December 1, 2010, In : Merida Travel Blog 

I have to say I have refrained from reporting – writing about the crime in Mexico due to the fact here in Merida we simply do not have the serious issues that plaque the border cities. Crime as we all know is in every nook and cranny throughout the world. No place is exempt. But I am writing this because I am sadden by the news that I have just seen on CNN.

Two months ago ag...


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