CasaSandra Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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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, ...
We decided to make one final stop before heading to our final Mexican destination: The Caribbean coast. Valladolid is a small, bustling Mayan Mexican town, which is nice, but one day is sufficiente. We arrived quite late yesterday afternoon and once the tropical rainstorm had passed, we headed for a hostal that we heard was good and economical. Because we`d spent the past 2 ...
... on the top of the pyramid was a true lighlight. At noon, we left to bus to Chichen Itza, a more well-known and fully-excavated ruin. Just because it's more touristy, though, didn't mean it wasn't astounding. The main pyramid took my breath away. 365 steps, and like at Coba, around 12-13 stories tall. Although we could not climb it, looking at it was enough. We explored the site and saw all of the different ruins. The Building of 1,000 Columns, ...
... Keegan and I read indoors (in the shade and the cool!) -- The power was out again, but, with the cross-breeze, the casitas were cool. Later, we all went for homemade ice cream at the usual place. Went to dinner at La Buena Vida --sat upstairs in an enclosed room. The moon rose orange and seemingly in the wrong place. Food was only okay -- the fish was barely warm and had to be returned and reheated. We're not impressed; don't think we'll go ...