B&B Popol Vuh
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... walking! I was right! and this time we almost had the river to ourselves and were able to drift at our leisure without fins and hands flying in your face!
Then it was showtime! We were treated to an amazing display of all things Mexican, we started with Mayan culture and warlords facing off then into a replication of the old Mayan 'game' with huge rubber balls that players could only use their hips to maneuver into stone circles which looked really difficult ...
... also popped in with two chinese girls Jessica and Shifan - two couch surfers for a couple of days.
After a few drinks we went for some more drinks to Ohanes - a bar that belongs to a Blue Angel guy. It is a nice little bar just a block away form the waterfront and in touristy center of San Miguel. It was a lot of fun. Just a few minutes before midnight we ran to the waterfront in hope to see some nice fireworks. Countdown - 10, 9, ...
... the hostel. Such a poorly run hostel. So he calculates the difference we owed for the one less night and obviously can't process simple maths despite me explain gin how it works. I just agree with him as we save a little and honestly didn't expect it as we had technically booked the extra night. Quickly head down to the ferry and jump for the ride to Cozumel. The ocean is pretty r ough and Leesh and I just sit there trying to spot any sharks, Dolphins ...
... heading to the pool. We decided to just enjoy the hotel for the rest of the day and heal from our sunburns from the other day. We met another couple in the pool named Bill and Nicki. They are newlyweds from Michigan. We hung out at the pool and drank too many mojito's with them. We turned in for the night. Tomorrow we are off to Coba to see some archeological ruins and pyramid temples. Until ...
... like vegetation which muffles the loud party sounds coming from the big pools. It's a quiet and beautiful oasis where people go to relax, enjoy the sun and soak in the pool peacefully. No loud parties, nowater sport games, no Spaniards. I stay for three hours or so, switching between laying in the sun reading my book, cooling down in the pool, or watch with amusement the iguanas walk around us. This time I only brought my book and sunscreen (so i can go in the pool ...