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... the beach! The beach does look a lot like Mauritius but it's wayyyy touristier - lots of people hassling me with massages and boat trips!
Some free time to kill so I decided to be really touristy and go to Starbucks for a frappucino - yes there is Starbucks, Subway and Haagen Daas in Playa del Carmen!
Finally met my tour and everyone is super nice - lots of solo girl travellers from the ...
... it fixed. Oh the insurance I had? Only covers damages more than $350US. Safe to say I was ******, considering it wasn't my fault. Aside from the cool reefs and wonderful dinner, it was a terrible terrible day. I tried to lay low Tuesday, as my ears were bothering me after the shore dive. To my surprise, Liya, whom I met at Vive La Vida, showed up. We were shocked to see each other so randomly. We hung out for the evening, and rented a VW Bug for ...
... the beach. The driver turned around to hand Paul mysterious envelopes to give to Laurent. Chance pick up or big brother anomaly? Who cares.. more tequila anyone? Half of the Mayakoba resides on water canals rife with wildlife. In the short ride from reception to the room we saw yellow bellied birds, turtles, an array of birds and crocodiles (ok Paul & Laurent saw the crocodiles but I saw the picture). Its exquisite. Truly. The palatial sized ...
... s a month to the day since our fourth anniversary of getting hitched, and Coman was away on a work trip that week so we hadn't really celebrated properly outside of a slap-up pub lunch and Coman sending me a gorgeous bunch of flowers, so it seems appropriate for us to be acting like love-struck honeymooners. We start with the massage at the hotel's newly-built spa. The whole area is very swish and the room we're shown into, with its twin massage beds, dark wood interior, ...
... town as well. Later that night we caught up with the others and went to a Tequila bar. I've never had so much Tequila in one night. Needless to say the next day we were feeling a bit worse for wear. Thanks Jasso!
The next day it again was ****** weather so it was time to move on and hope the weather was nicer further north. So we caught a 1 hour bus to Cancun and then a 15min ferry to Isla ...