Banyan Tree Mayakoba
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She didn't seem so sure. "But they're ok!" she repeated, over and over.
Hardly able to walk on her own, Virginia led us to the ocean. By the time we got there, I was holding all her belongings and Lee was holding her up and making sure she didn't slip and fall again. Once we got to the ocean, Virginia slipped into a bit of a panic mode.
"It's so dark, I can't go there!" she said, in a shaky tone. So ...
7AM wake up and a short run around the resort. Shower and buffet breakfast before heading to the beach.
Pretty much spent the day at the beach. Drinks, swimming, drinks, sun.
Lunch at the beach grill.
Got some icecream at 3PM, relaxed for the rest of the day.
Dinner at 7PM at El Colonial , the gourmet restaurant. Food was OK, little underwhelming.
Early night, all that sun made us tired.
... are good. Of course, he can't really speak ill of any aspects of the resort... but as sabrina is saying, "He can make a face and use a weird tone in his voice". We have a drink, all dressed fancy, in the lobby bar (where Jesus sends a really confused cleaning lady to send us a note on a pink Post-It that says "The Beautiful Guests") and decide to go to Rodizio instead - the Brazilian Restaurant.
The food is fantastic, ...
... hate window shopping. We looked in Bershka but they didn't have anything and then I spotted Pull & Bear. True enough the coat I wanted wasn't in the sale but as I wet and getting cold I thought a sensible purchase was a necessity, so I brought a lovely cream hoodie with a gold zip up the front. Practical and warm with a hood to keep me dry, and for once Mike agreed with my reasoning behind the purchase. Instead of selling the usual tourist tat ...
... because of the Americans, and the snorkel equipment was gone because of the Americans; all according to Manuela. When I talked to Felipé about this all, he filled me in on the details that she was a bit crazy, and that she had exaggerated everything. I ignored what he had told me, and I wish I hadn't. I helped her clean the pool, and put chlorine in the pool because she had asked me to. Sure enough when I told her what I had done, she got mad at me? I was confused, ...