La Selva Mariposa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... tourist drivers. A few nights earlier we had been trapped in a traffic-jam (a word which shouldn't really ever be used when writing about a beach in the Yucatan Peninsula) for 30 mins and arrived late for a 6:30 reservation. At any rate, magically, there was no traffic on this NY's Eve. The evening was really spectacular. They dragged all the tables and chair from the restaurant to thee beach, put up a light rig, hired a french jazz band and put a ...
... that wouldn't stay on but only decided to stink on our way back. No worries. So why did I lead with that? Well I had to get you to read this somehow. :) P.s. I did compose a song inspired by the events of today, which Nicole really wished we could record live but let's be honest, we're not that fancy. So here it is: Bicycle buddies going to the beach With our neon floaties, what else do you need? Well maybe a cerveza, a piña coloda ...
... tank. We even had one guy wash our windows... even though it was raining out. Lol. We were then on our way.The drive to Tulum was about 40 minutes or so... They have posted speed limits but no one seems to be driving them... So I had to stay with the flow of traffic to not get honked at and such. When we got there, they were closed... because there has been so much rain this week, they had no choice but to close it for safety reasons. The water ...
... meals and recipes were incredible including ceviches, mexican sauces and salsas, empanadas and tacos. We even made our own tortillas! Lots of inside information on chillies and food prep. for Mexico's heat. We enjoyed all the food at the end of the class.
Following gobbling all the food we tasted tequilas and learnt about their ...
... how they managed to survive and live. You can also picture dinosaurs living thousands of years before due to the vast rugged yet green landscape. All around are lots of gorgeous iguanas, big and small, which I got a little obsessed taking photos of with our camera. Stunning. Don't have any photos of the ruins on my phone but will upload later on in our adventure.
Now we're back in our little shack after jamming with ...