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... Itza, probably the most visited Mayan site of them all and it was packed with tourists, most of whom had arrived on a fleet of buses from the resorts at and around Cancun. So many tourists attracted an almost equal number of Mexican tradespeople selling their knick-knacks and souvenirs, to the extent that many paths were lined both sides with stalls, all selling pretty much the same stuff. Chichen Itza is said to be the best preserved site but ...
... all really enjoy this property, dinner and of course a few more drinks. The chef has especially prepared a dessert for us made of sugar and our company logos. So impressive.
Again, spoilt. Again, impressed and overwhelmed by the kindness and generosity of our hosts.
Tomorrow we are all hoping for no rain as we are meant to be going out on a Catamaran so an early night seems like a good idea - Its going to be a big last day! ...
... get her photo taken with them! She managed to get two monkeys siting on her shoulders at once but then one stole her lip balm whilst the over started chewing her hair! She loved them so much and would've taken 3 or 4 home if she could. I on the hand couldn't stand them and stayed a good 2 metres away! We were invited into a jewellery shop for free tequila shots, despite the fact we clearly told the shop owner we weren't at all interested in buying ...
... in a special slot inside our room door to activate the electricity.
-where are the lawn mowers?.....,it's always quiet!
-work men on bikes carry only hand tools in their baskets
-Nachos at any meal!
-potatoes not a diet staple--mashed potatoes at the buffet look like soup
-really the only fruit available all the time is a variety of delicious fresh melons and pine apple
-Megan is hooked on Pico de ...
... was set for around 15 people, but there was no one else there. Of course, everyone is on Mexican time, meaning that 45 minutes later everyone else started to drop in, much to the relief of the birthday boy. It's strange that a culture can care so little about punctuality yet people of course still worry if others are not on time. To me, and most Europeans I guess, it's nice to let others know if you're late. Anyway, ...