Hotel Real del Mayab
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... were there probably over a couple of thousand people there, and we were only there a couple of hours, you do the math.
Swimming and then lunch was involved after the ruins, probably about 4 or so hours and each time our driver just patiently waited. Sabrina did ask him if he wanted to join us, but no, he was just happy to wait. What a guy, in the end we all tipped him pretty well.
Back just in time to get changed and ready for dinner followed by Coco ...
GOL 8-16, my first real work shift of the season. It was a busy one, but mainly because we had to figure out how everything works. The phone system, getting excursion sales up and running, fixing practical stuff like our slightly incomplete phone list, realizing that some computers that have not been used since last summer are actually not working, and fixing a "to do"-list to set our routines for the winter.
Since I'm the one who has been working ...
... week so we will have to enjoy the space while we can. During the introduction we were also given an outline of our first week - we knew then that our "chilling" time was going to be put on hold as each day was scheduled from 8am to 9pm...this group is slightly more organised than our volunteering in Utila! It was nice getting to know the GVI crew over the weekend and making the most of beach time before our Monday morning start. Jim and Sian ...
... for a taste of home everyday, a handful of the little Marmite sachets mysteriously make their way into my pockets for the journey to foreign climes. As we eat we watch planes take off in the grim murk and rain which is streaming down the windows. Eventually our turn comes and we say goodbye to rainlashed, grey-skied Britain and Ola!!!! to Me-hico - via an 11 hour flight full of films, the Saturday papers, a rather fine wine list, a Bloody Mary, a Baileys and a ...
... the map in detail, telling us to ask for Adriana when we got to the lagoon (a good place for snorkelling), as she would be able to tell us where all the best spots are to see what we want. What he forgot to tell us was that we should probably rent bikes to get there. With the heat and humidity, it felt like we were walking and not getting anywhere! In total, it was probably a half hour walk, maybe, but in our hot, sweaty, delusional minds, it felt like years! Halfway I ...