Casa Turquesa Boutique Hotel
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- Outdoor pool
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... and Carmen. Carmen is for it (job creation), Juan is against it (environmental destruction and big money interests)! They were both respectful of the other opinion, but neither was budging or backing down!! I stayed out of it!!
The biggest issue in getting to the airport was crossing the busy street from the bus stop to the airport! Carmen and I took a deep breath and made our way to the other side. The airport is fairly small and not crowded ...
... at a good rate, so are going to stay there for a few nights after the Ibis. I've taken a photo of the view from my window, you can see the tiny glittering lights of the Hotel Zone in the distance! Russell has managed to fall back asleep again, and I guess I should too, but I'll update you with our adventures soon! Lots of love, Victoria (and Russell) xxxxx P.s. Sorry the map is wrong, I'll try to adjust from a computer tomorrow, I can't seem to do that from my ...
... the 1pm ferry and 30 minutes later we arrived in Isla Mujeres. Sergio had said he just wanted to chill out on the beach, but Vitoria and I had decided to go snorkeling.
We spoke to some of the providers of tours right there at the ferry dock, and found a tour that sounded interesting. The price was supposed to be 450 pesos (25€) for a 4 hour tour with two snorkeling trips, panoramic boat ride and food at the end. With the argument that two people are a fair ...
... in agreement). Hell, his whole family and everybody he knew hated time share (more sombre nodding from his compadres). I asked if I could borrow his pen and wrote "Ramon", "$30" and "Hates time share" on the brochure and promised to get back to him.
There was a market across the road so I took a stroll through it to get a feel for prices. The store owners, sensing fresh meat, were all over me - it was like swimming through a tank of sharks. Naturally they started ...
... that the Mayans had built the pyramids to create sounds that mimic the sacred Quetzal bird. We also walked around the Great Ball Court where sacred games were played by prisoners. It had 2 walls on either side with stone rings about 20ft high on the walls. Apparently at the end of each game the player of the match on the winning team was sacrificed because it was believed his team’s triumph made him ...