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... and showing off, stopped for a coffee and watched the people, then looked round the shops with their beachwear and souvenirs.
We came across an amazing exhibition space called Casa del Viento, or House of Wind where a Gaudi-esque organic styled building was decorated with a mixture of Indian and Mexican wood carving and squeezed between two regular ...
... Ken was taking his afternoon nap I want to check out the 'spa' which was a sorry sad excuse for a massage table. Sadness but I'm determined to get a massage for nye!!! Anyway once ken woke up we went to the beach and had a swim and a laze on the deck chairs. The water here is sooo warm and the waves are a bit rough but we loved it! :D after our swim back to get ready to head downtown for dinner! Buses here go so fast (actually cabs ...
... needing a rental car to drive the coast we decided to book the car earlier making it easier to get to and from the hotel zone for our two night stay in Cancun. Finding the rental car place was a bit of a nightmare as no one speaks much English here and the maps we were given are all of the hotel zone. We set out on foot in around 34 degree heat with the directions we were given 2 blocks down that direction make a right you will see the sign. No worries mate but 2 ...
... took my ticket and sat at a bar and talked to a couple from Ohio, they were also using a friends points for a week stay here in Cozumel! Finally 3:00pm boat got there! It's been a very very very windy nasty day! Cold kinda! So ride was rough a lady actually got sick!, Got off ferry, and I new where hotel was because I saw it on google earth with Paco! So I new it was far! But it was early in day and I figured **** it ill walk plus I didn't wanna pay ...
... are. They consist of entire villages many miles across, not just a few pyramids as we'd thought. Many of the constructions have not been unearthed from the jungle, so anywhere there is a mound, you can be sure it will contain a construction of some sort. But the mounds are virtually impossible to see as well, given that they are surrounded by trees.
The view a tourist usually sees of Tulum is from the beach, and I have included one photo of that below. But the ...