Aldea Thai Luxury Condohotel
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... Our tour guide was fantastic and was able to tell us so much about the history of the Mayan people, right down to the details of a ball game that was played where the captain for the winning team was decapitated! Why the winner? Well when you offer a sacrifice you only offer the best. And why did people want to win? Well the winner was seen as the lucky one who had a direct passage to a better life! Right that is enough of the history lesson, we are off to ...
... flavour. So, good to try but I won't be busting a boiler for that one again. Stick to what you know Mitch, stick to what you know. LOL. So for once pete has had a nicer lunch than me - steak, potato, salad and melon juice. His first real meat since we left home! And a little about the shopkeeping here. The cafe reminds me of Sri Lanka in many ways. It's a small place and often I am the only one in it but there are at least six staff 'working' there. One always ...
The poor creature didn't see it coming! But it can't have been the first time that a novice golfer quite literally scored a birdie. And as Coman sheepishly looks around to see if anyone else noticed the stunned wildfowl he's just scored a direct hit upon with an errant golf ball, I line up my own shot praying I don't knockout a flamingo or concuss a parrot at the bird sanctuary next door. We've taken a morning's golfing lessons with a golf pro at the ...
... diving this morning. Not sure if it will be washed out though as we've had heavy rain and thunderstorms all night. Tropical thunderstorms are so much more intense and powerful than UK ones I swear. There's been some seriously pounding thunder. It is a sticky 28 degrees though. I feel like I need a shower every 10 minutes. lol.
We were jarred awake at 7:11am by the ship's alarm and an urgent call for Kenneth John Gemmell to contact guest relations. We thought it was a mistake. Then another alarm - and a notice of a mandatory muster drill - for EVERYONE aboard. We assumed it was related to the arrival in Cozumel and was related to immigration paperwork - since these things are very time sensitive. But a full muster drill? Our station (along with MANY others) was the Royal Promenade ...