CasaSandra Boutique Hotel
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... did nothing, sunbathed, did more nothing, went to bed at 10). The next day we did a beautiful walk along the beach, past the posh hotels, on sandbanks and shallow bright turquoise waters. It took us to the end of the island - punto mosquito. We didn't get to see any flamingoes, who apparently are sometimes seen there; however did make friends with a heron called gil Scott and his mum Anddave. We also saw fish, ...
... at the wrong person in Manhattan is probably a good way to end up six feet under. Hanoi affords us loud motorbikes dangerously cutting each other off, slaughtered pigs strapped to the back of bikes going to the market, mounds of this raw meat making its slow decay in the heat on top of dirty tarps, and ladies pushing their versions of mobile WalMart carts full of feather dusters, bras, flipflops and candy, ...
... on the nightbus or in hammocks, we decided to treat ourselves to a bed - luxury!! After exploring the town and buying ingredients for dinner, we headed back to the hostal to cook and ended up chilling all evening with the other travellers. Most were heading in the opposite direction to us and had just been to the caribbean, so it was good to pick up some tips. Then this ...
... we sat in a small town for an hour waiting for our bus, picking up more of the scene in the town square. Guys trying to pick up chicks, kids playing, crusin' cars...some things don't change. We got back to our hostel at 11:30p. The next day, Day 7, I think, we explored the town of Valladolid, in the interior of the Yucatan Peninsula. Dude was it humid!! But we enjoyed the small narrow streets, really cheap prices (not in tourist Mexico anymore!) ...
Up early again so on the road to Coba by 0730. The highway towards Coba, just past Tulum, started quite wide -- obviously redone since our last visit. But after about 10km, it became the narrow, pot-holed road without shoulders of our memory. Arrived Coba just as a busload of Italian tourists was unloading. We purchased our tickets and entered the park. Made the decision to NOT visit the close group of structures immediately but to proceed ...