Villa Escondida Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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After our long day out at Chichen Itza, we started our day slowly and laid pool side and beach side for most of the day. It was great to just take a little in a little relaxation to take in all that we saw yesterday. Then about 415pm we headed down to the ferry docks once more but this time we boarded a Pirate ship dinner cruise. If you ever head down here to Cozumel we ...
... said 'yes' when I knew it was a surprise to him too (you normally pay more for the privilege of seeing the ocean). We quickly unpacked and Mike was starving so we went on the hunt for dinner. Obviously all the main restaurants on the sea front are expensive because this is where the Cruise ships dock so it's tourist central. However we found a really nice quiet tourist free restaurant called Rock 'n' Java with reasonable priced delicious food. I had white fish ...
... the afternoon, the 2 hours travelling back to Cancun made me sleepy, but I just couldn't turn down a night out with Shell and her mates. I met them in Senor Frogs to find one of them behind the bar with an apron on serving us all drinks. Standard. Hahaha so funny, and she actually did a pretty good job with a yard of beer, too many shots and multiple cocktail concoctions.
Oh what a night, we were all having such a ...
... first hand these mammals while gently touching their velvet skin.
Before entering the ocean cove, I was directed by one of the knowledgeable trainers to a station to be briefed about the dolphins' behavior as well as the basic guidelines of the program.
The first part of the program was conducted on a waist deep submerged platform. ...
... width: 0px; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);">When we crossed the border our bus got really crazy with a lots of very large and loud black ladies and we immediately felt like we were in a new country. I met a really nice Belizean boy on his way home from school who welcomed me to his country with a $2 Belizean bill folded into oragami and he also gave me some coins to use the bath room at the bus station. He was the sweetest thing and my first taste of people from Belize. ...