After resting up from our long but fun day in Tizimin, we jumped right back into real estate recon mode on Monday morning. Having considerably narrowed down not only our selected neighborhoods but also the physical characteristics of the properties we wanted to view, the showings were far more productive. Rob went to meet with the owner of a lovely boutique hotel for sale, completely renovated, fully occupied, very well reviewed on TripAdvisor and priced well below comparable properties that we had seen listed. This was more for our investors than ourselves but certainly gave one a good vision of just how much is possible in some of these raw spaces. In the right property, a good sense of style and a little elbow grease can be rewarded with amazing results. (Sorry no pics of this one. It's a secret)

Historical Merida 

Merida Real Estate 

Merida Real Estate 

Merida Real Estate

Merida Real Estate 

Merida Real Estate 

After an early lunch at the Gran Hotel we continued on and visited several single family homes and a recently retired hostel and finished up our day with a fabulous sushi dinner at Campay a bit further north on Prolongacion Paseo Monteo. It has been so long since I've seen proper sushi, I wanted it all! We settled on some gyoza, a few fancy rolls and an enormous sashimi platter. Heaven!

Historical Merida

Historical Merida

Merida

Merida Real Estate 

Merida Real Estate 

Merida Real Estate 

Merida Real Estate 

Merida Real Estate 

Merida Real Estate

Restaurants in Merida Sushi 

Merida Restaurants Sushi 

Merida Paseo Montejo 

Good night Merida.

 

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