Acanto Boutique Hotel
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... sea on a remote island. We came back from our run just in time for the breakfast that was provided by the hostel. As we waited for our food I said to Stuie 'i'll just quickly run to the end of the street to ask the hotel we liked, if they have rooms." I ran out onto the street and ran straight into Braden. We didn't know what had happened to him the night before but quickly he informed me that he had gone to sleep as soon as we got in and had only woken an hour before. ...
... on a table and a die goes around. Since we were so many, in this case we used quite a few dice. Whenever someone rolls a six, that person gets to take a gift from the center of the table. Then the fun begins. When all gifts are gone, a timer is set in secret by the host, usually on around 20 minutes. The dice keep being rolled, and a six means you get to steal a gift from someone else. Imagine the chaos with so many people! ...
... sink hole with fresh water and several hundreds of tourists trying to immerse their sweaty bodies!! Good opportunity to take a cool beer.
Day 2 - a quiet day in Playa to secure an additional bag to accommodate all the additional bits and pieces collected en route over the last 6 weeks. We will still have the same weight but at least we will be able to pick up the bags.
Day 3 - our final trip to Mayan ruins took in two sites, and another cenote, with clean green ...
Mexico had finally come into its own and it was hot!
A short bus ride and we were in Playa del Carmen and a minibus later we went to Tulum Mayan ruins which were really interesting, but hot! Had I mentioned that!!!
A long hot minibus later I was back at the hotel in the coldest pool imaginable!!
After dinner we went to a bar that had swings around the bar instead of seats and the biggest mango daiquiri ...
Though I struggle to remember his name now.. something like Lionel, or Leon or Leonard, I met an ex-pad drunkard in a bar on Caye Caulker and we chatted for a bit about Playa Del Carmen in Mexico. It was a rainy night and the only little pizza shop in town was packed full of people escaping the rain and enjoying pizza. Lionel with his chewed up, alcoholic face invited us in and immediately gravitated to me based on the fact I was Australian. Some 30 years ago, in a bar in New ...
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