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... Higgins posted that video on the Facebook in which he posed as a giggalo and then showed his knob in the closing scene for the entire public to see. So funny and at the same time so demented. We couldn't miss an opportunity to share this with the public so Gilly got a video of it and I can only hope the 15second clip does it justice. There would be no repeat of the previous nights antics and we all got home safe and ...
Afterwards, we dried off and set out for Chichen Itza nearby. It is the site of a huge Mayan city, although a diverse one which had other cultures living there as well. The pyramid is the best known structure. It was built precisely so that on the spring and autumn equinox, the sun's the shadow appears as a snake slithering down the pyramid steps. Amazing astrological skills! The pyramid is only one of many ruins on the site. They are dispersed ...
... to the island of Isla Mejures, as everyone said it is awesome, we swiftly got organised to catch the ferry over there. The siesta time plays havoc with the most convenient times to go, hence we spent an hour or so people watching on the beach - Carolyn with a couple of margueritas and Cathy with her first meal of the day! A golf cart to explore the island is the "touristy" thing to do. Cathy, deciding she had done enough ...
... It was warm but not terrible for June in Mexico!
After the ceremony everyone danced and celebrated the new Mr. and Mrs. Whitnell! After the dance we all rallied and went out to the Disco-tech until the early hours of the morning. It was a blast!
We hung out on Sunday before our flight back on Monday but their wedding had us talking for months to follow!
I think it goes...'another one off our 'single' list' ;)
... 8220;Imperial”, “Pilsen" - Costa Rica, “Imperial”, “Salva Vida” - Honduras, “Cristal”, “Panama” - Panama etc. appear advertised everywhere and dominate the local markets. People drink these by the bucket in most places… ha ha ha I tried too!! Apart from beer, rum is a massive local drink. Never being a rum man myself, due to rum being known as angry juice in Australia, I actually became fond of rum to be ...