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Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen
... cliffs cliff top that impressed me. Otherwise just a pile of rocks.
The iguanas certainly brought back my memories of 2 years ago same time when I was in the Galapagos Islands.
... though - they read out my name so I went up to the desk, and they issued me with a new ticket with a different seat number - they UPGRADED ME WOOOH! Seat 2A. More sniffer dogs followed by a cheeky champagne on the plane, don't mind if I do! I did get food - tablecloths, napkin rings, second helpings of warm crispy bread?! I was flummoxed by the service, and felt so out of place ha ...
... hula hoops that were on fire which were truly amazing. The daiquiri side of my brain told me that it would be awesome to have a crack at it, however am pleased to say that the side of my brain that likes my eyebrows in tact won out in the end.
Sorry for no photos, may need to do a mass upload at a later point as ironically is far easier to find free wifi over here than an actual computer. Belize tomorrow!
... by the aisle a sign is placed in the sand announcing, "Leave your shoes behind and bury your toes in the sand, love Cody and Christie". At this rate it'll be bury your face in the sand, they're all so unsteady on their feet. Up by the enormous Christmas maypole that had been outside our original room are lined up all the bridesmaids in turquoise gowns, unaware of the fate soon to befall them, while down beside the pool, on the other side of the makeshift bridge are lined up the ...
... relaxing before our big two days ahead.
The next day we had booked a tour to see the Tulum ruins, about a 45 minute drive away from Playa. We had a busy day of sight seeing. First we visited the small but impressive ruins situated on cliffs above a beach. Then we did a couple of zip lines across a lagoon (it's like a fancy flying fox) and a small canoe ride on the lagoon. We went snorkeling inside an underground river system, which is like caving but you ...
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