B2B Hotel & Plaza
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... br> Sat and lingered as the sun went down... nice and peaceful... did I mention NO KIDS!!!
The hotel puts on a floor show most evenings in the expansive foyer..
Surrounded with leather couches there is a central performance area..
The waiters circulate supplying drinks of your choice..
The first night there was Opera with fantastic ancient Venetian costumes.. only got to see a bit of it...
Day 1: it was a very easy move from Tulum to Cancun today. Collectivos are the way to go. Cheap, fast and direct. The little mini bus took us initially to Playa del Carmen and from the terminal the collectivos to Cancun were waiting for us. The collectivos are pretty clean and as an added bonus they have air con.
We are dropped off in downtown Cancun. A little shabby from my thoughts of how Cancun looks like. It is busy with lots of people, taxis and buses. Yours truly is ...
... turkey, chicken stuffed with cheese, chicken breast, chicken wings, lamp chops, pork and king prawns. Oh and I mustn't forget to mention the tongue that was too big for skewers so it was pushed around on a trolley, totally gross! Thankfully Mike didn't try it. I only ate the chicken, lamb and king prawns which were delicious and the waiters were very attentive. When one waiter brought out some lamb and started to carve it ...
... course the Mayas and their incredible knowledge.
After a lunch buffet, which is included in the tour price, we arrive at our main destination. The tour guide announces a total time for Chichen Itza of two hours. We join the English tour of an old man who holds up pictures of the site from over a hundred years ago while explaining the history of the place. The little details and stories he mentions give us an idea how advanced the Mayas were at such an early time. ...
... to get our bus to our hotel as I was not feeling well. Once we got on the bus back I had some time to myself to accept the fact that from now we were in going to be in third world countries or developing countries. I had a chance to put my head into the mind set of buying cheap things but be also weary of the poverty and the maybe not getting what you bargain for. Although I was hyping myself to leave my bubble of comfort for the last four months, I was dreading it at the same time.