A Local’s Guide to Mérida | The Truth About Mexico

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A Local’s Guide to Mérida

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Mérida, the ambrosial capital of Yucatán, serves up Mayan culture, historic architecture, and more riffs on pork belly than you can imagine. Expat power couple David Sterling and Keith Heitke share their favorites here.

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