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... 11:11am. Apparently the date has nothing to do with Armageddon.
After the tour of the Chichen Itza site we visit a cenote for swimming and then very briefly (30 minutes only) the small colonial town of Vallodid. It's not long enough to get much of an impression of what it's like, merely a toilet stop really.
After the day tour of Chichen we take a taxi to Tulum, about 60 minutes drive, where we will spend the next three nights.
... mind 79 US$ bezahlen ????? Unglaublich. Naja, egal. Noha hatte riesig Freude. Wir konnten mit den Delfinen schwimmen, sie küssen und umarmen. Es war ein schönes Erlebnis. Obwohl ich solche Aktivitäten eigentlich nicht unterstütze, denn die Delfine haben auch dort nicht immens Platz!
Heute ist die letzte Nacht in Playa, wir sind traurig, dass die Ferien schon wieder vorbei sind.
Aber wir freuen usn auf euch!!
... beautiful, almost as good as the book).
...and grocery shopping:
We've ditched most of the clothes which we're a bit sick of/have fallen apart after 19 months' wear and filled our backpacks mainly with Risto's shoes, and groceries including cajeta, mole sauce, salsas, tortillas and tequila. Enough for several Mexican-themed dinner parties when we get back to Brighton, mmm.
...and now it's almost over.
... in cinema shifted while I was away. Upon arriving in Playa I made the regrettable decision to walk from the bus terminal to the hotel. Word to the wise: don't. Get a taxi, seriously. 40 blocks + luggage + 30-degree C = one sweaty guera.
I gave up angry rants for Lent, so all I'll say is this: I very strongly dislike resort tourism. why then, you ask, would I go to Playa del Carmen? Well, aside from the fact that I wanted a night to relax and collect ...
... our last excursion. It seems like just yesterday we were boarding the ship and settling into our room. Now we are about to pack it all up again-or stuff everything back into our luggage. The past 20 days have flown by. We have met some wonderful, interesting people from different parts of the world. There have been lectures from Archbishop Desmond TuTu, Artist-in-Residence Ciel Duke, Dr. Allan Schoenherr who taught us about coral ...