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... but living in this paradise is always a good excuse for them to come and visit, and we love that.The season is upon us, and keeping us busy, but our Sundays are sacrosant with trips to XPuha Beach always something to look forward to, with its wide and white sand beach, lovely restaurant (some of the best Fajitas around), and a bay that reflects the azure waters of a picture postcard. ah ...
... owner of our apartment rental.
Finally, on our third day in Playa del Carmen, we headed to a beach club. This particular beach club was also recommended by the owner of the apartment we are staying at. The lounge chairs were comfortable and the beach was beautiful for a couple hours. Then it began to pour so we took cover in the beach club's restaurant like everyone else. The storm quickly passed and we continued to enjoy the sun, ...
... going out. I have been steadily drinking cervezas and mojitos all day but it's not really the same when you're on your own! Megan's been struggling with what we thought was a cold since before we left and last night got hit by a bout of travellers' tummy, which hit her for six, so she went to the doctor to see what was up and has a throat infection. She got some antibiotics and feels better already, so hopefully she's all set ...
... had pole dancers and people dancing on the bars and every body was up dancing - a really cool place. When we went to leave we werent allowed out as we hadnt been given a 'leaving ticket' to prove we had paid for our drinks. The big shot westerns werent so important now - all was resolved and we went on our merry way.
Mexico City for me was the perfect place to end our trip - we could have spent another week there and still had things to do.
GOOD BYE LATIN AMERICA :(
... Francisco suggested a walk on Hamburgo street. He pointed out a sculpture, Diana, of a naked woman with a bow whom Francisco knew as a teenager. The arrow points north even after it has been moved from its original location. Her name is Helvia Martinez. I saw smaller replicas of that statue at other places for sale.