Banyan Tree Mayakoba
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... how hot it felt. We went through security/customs and grabbed our bags, then went through a type of security again. The guard asked me if we had any tobacco or liquor we were bringing in. I said no and he told me to push the red button. I felt special! Ohhh.. the red button. Would more guard come out and search me... would 12 monkeys appear with coconuts and start dancing.. who's to know! I pushed the button and alas.. nothing happened. We continued towards two lady gaurds ...
... by looking at the map Aude gave us with a list of restaurants, cafes and comedores that had been personally sampled and recommended by her. La Cueva del Chango was the closest Mexican to our hotel so that was that... We started with some nachos and pico de gallo (fresh salsa) and finished off with fresh tuna and chicken fillets. Food was very tasty and the evening was still young, but due to our jet lag the bed was calling.
... fish swimming in it. There were also bats in the ceilings too!
We went to a lesser known cenote & took ourselves rather than book onto a tour so we had the entire place to ourselves for hours exploring. We had to use our camera for light though as we didn't bring torches - oops!
The town of Cancun itself was not that nice but the beach ...
Having a lovely day so far. Had breakfast which was lovely (apart from Simon's raw egg!) and had lots of choice. Then we went to meet our Thomson rep who told us about the things we could do. We think we might go to swim with whale sharks, go on a trip to swim and snorkel in an underground cenote and swim with turtles, go to Tulum to see the Mayan ruins and have an evening in Playa Del Carmen. We ...
... in Mexico... A dip in the pool, falling asleep reading a book and then a leisurely stroll into town for dinner at, where else, 100% Natural. We found an intriguing shop - Maori Fashion - which sort of took our breath away. We had a look inside but nothing seemed Maori to us. Interesting. We also ordered a couple of beers with dinner - no corona but instead we had dos Equis instead which gave me all kinds of flashbacks and a great laugh remembering the ...