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Great service, every other day the cleaning is done and we get new towels.
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... of a bit of Mayan culture. Judging by our fellow travellers however you might be forgiven for thinking we had boarded a flight to Ibiza! There was a couple of stag groups, one of which had the groom to be dressed up in a sparkly pink full length dress, long hair wig and a tiara, with all his mates wearing 'Miss Universe Security' t-shirts! The flight wasn't bad, and it was the girls a couple of rows back from us that were making more noise than the stag group. But the ...
As you can likely tell from our previous posts, we've been well and truly "ruined" by the wonders of Mexico's temples, so today opted for a change of place, just out of "playa".
After flagging down a collectivo (bus) from the main road and renting some snokels, we were ready to start a taxing day at Akumal beach - a beach famous for one thing - turtles. Literally meters after we had entered the water we encountered a beautiful little ...
... enough to meet up with us, and introduce us to her boyfriend and partner in crime. Together they showed us the town, went to dinner and wandered the streets with them. It’s always so lovely to meet someone you know again whilst overseas and especially in their “home” town. Having a friend faced catch up was awesome and very much appreciated.
One final thing that I loved about being in Playa (and if you know me well enough you’ll ...
... during its life span. The site has only the foundations exposed, showing the ever larger footprint as the temple site got bigger.
Another day of walking to complete a peripheral review of Mexico City. No time to go to the Mayan site at Teotihuacan, which has one truly massive pyramid at the site, which is on the outside of Mexico City.
Tomorrow we start our 25 hour journey back to Athens, via Houston and Istanbul - hopefully we will be in Athens on Tuesday ...
... lots of canals which are full of colourful boats, where many families having a good time, celebrating weekend and of course drink some cervezas or tequilas. As our Spanish getting better and better, we had to found the way to Xochimilco by asking people on the street as the Minibus system is written down nowhere and if you are not from here and don’t speak Spanish you’ll find it a bit confusing. However with understanding only the ...