B&B Popol Vuh
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... in Mexico... A dip in the pool, falling asleep reading a book and then a leisurely stroll into town for dinner at, where else, 100% Natural. We found an intriguing shop - Maori Fashion - which sort of took our breath away. We had a look inside but nothing seemed Maori to us. Interesting. We also ordered a couple of beers with dinner - no corona but instead we had dos Equis instead which gave me all kinds of flashbacks and a great laugh remembering the ...
... immediately relented and with a ‘whoops’ expression on my face turned around and made down the stairs. Rebecca was waved to come in though; when she didn’t, a Jewish man approached her and listening from below, the conversation went something like.
‘Hi... come on in!’
‘Hi! What’s happening tonight?’
‘We’re celebrating <...> .. ‘
‘Are you ...
... the gorgeous Caribbean coastline. The place was also pleasantly overrun with black iguanas which made for some challenging photo opportunities.
Afterwards, driven by hunger and the lure of the warm Caribbean water, we walked up along the coast until we found a little beachfront camping ground which had a little breakfast counter. After eating we suffered the enduring task of lounging on the beach with a corona in hand and crystal blue water in ...
... session we headed to our hostels pool to get the sand off and to enjoy the rooftop. This sand is impossible to get completely off though! I think I still have some encrusted in my bum from Cancun...
For dinner tonight we ventured off into a less touristy part of town in search of a restaraunt I had read about called Alux. We tried octopus in vinagarette sauce and a ceasar salad with tiramisu ...
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