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Hope you're well. We went to Mexico for a couple of weeks in January to get away from the winter as well as get some r&r before our son takes over our lives (for the better).
It's taken a bit longer than usual to sort these out but better late than never right?
Ernie, Mel and junior :)
... for me), and I got to see their lovely house. WHICH, they are turning into a B&B. Things are still in the process of getting up and running, but not only does the property have extreme potential, they have a solid plan in place and really know what they want, check out the links below! Give them a like on Facebook, or better yet, help em out with a donation on their indiegogo site, I did!! The link is at the bottom! I will have to return to ...
... and walkways to the beach. It is hot and sticky and there are musicians, statue men, a Mayan, many stall holders hawking and tourists of all shapes, sizes, ages and nationalities. The cafe is excellent, iced tea all round, some corn chips and salsas to start (complimentary), then pete had the chicken tacos and I had beef points (which by the way, was a lucky guess - they were beef strips cooked in a tomato, onion and chili sauce, with retired beans to be ...
... star romantic package, all around us other couples are starting their lives together with a string of beachside weddings of varying successes, the most noteable of which turns out to be the OTT but disastrously ill-fated nuptials of Cody and Christie which keeps us entertained for days. It's on the day of their wedding, Sun 6th Jan, that Coman and I are booked in for both an aromatherapy "couple's massage" and our very own anniversary dinner, as arranged by Julia in public ...
... conch shell house, but only from the outside because its privately owned (google it – it’s amazing). We finished off at Playa Norte lazing on the beach with a bucket of coronas (for like 2.50 each) then before dinner we did a night loop of the island.
The next day we jumped the ferry and the bus to Isla Holbox, a 4 hour journey to get there. It was pretty cool all the streets are just sand and again people cruise around on golf carts, but unfortunately there ...
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