Cabanas Los Arrecifes
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... was supposed to call the vendor a day in advance who would then send me the reservation code. So far, so complicated. But I only paid around 3€ in advance, so I was willing to take the risk. Then I took a Colectivo back to the city. Unfortunately I got terribly lost looking for the right bus in the city center, because the people gave me conflicting information and I did not know what was right. Eventually I managed, but arrived about 2h later than planned in the ...
... dizzying heights in the Amazon basin, these guys picked a sublime beach for their gaff. I'll let the pictures do the talking, because we were dazzled by the people and their "vacation" wear, shameless selfies and sexy poses. Americans, North and South love nothing more than a hand on hip, cleavage and pouty pose in front of a sacred backdrop.
Talking of which, we are heading to the flashy tourist hub of Cancun next... Should be interesting.
... for the rest of the week. We spent a day in Cancun whilst we waited for Claire's dad and his wife, Michelle, to join us the following day. We visited the beach for a bit, but it was just like being in the US with high rise hotels and sunburnt Americans, so we didn't stay long and opted for the Mayan museum instead, which gave us some information on the culture we were going to see a lot of through Central America.
After a 2 hour delay, ...
After a disastrous flight out of Oaxaca to Cancun i finally landed under storm clouds in Cancun, land of the excess...well at least everywhere bar my hostel. Hostel, Ka'Beh was complete with a touchy feely, linger to long host and bunk bed that smelt fresh of a bug bomb, to kill bed bugs i presume. At two am i had no strength to argue ignored micki-loose-hands and went straight to sleep to pick up and leave at 9am heading ...
... the laundry was closed for the night, I had to strategise about reclaiming half the contents of my pack- cue Facebook story about travelling knickers! From Cusco, we went to Arequipa where I visited he museum and home of Juanita the 2000 year old child sacrifice who still has her skin and nails in tact after being frozen on a mountain top since 1430. We also did a reality tour of the city learning about the Peru social system, how the under privileged ...