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... re all ok," she said. "But you can't go there, just go back to your rooms please!"
Virginia was obviously a bit inebriated. So of course, her statement didn't really alarm me.
"I'm just going to grab my sister, then I'll go straight to my room," I assured her.
She insisted on coming with us. So I asked her, again, where everyone was.
"I think they went...that way," she said, pointing towards the ...
Early morning (6AM) to catch a taxi to Playa del Carmen to meet up with our Yukatreks guide. We were on the Mystic Chichen Itza and Valladolid tour. We started at the buffet for a quick breakfast. Taxi was smooth and cost $25 each way. We met our guide and driver Eduard and Omar. After a quick stop to get ice, coffee and some sandwiches, we started the journey ~2 hours to C.I. About an hour out, Eduard started a history lesson about ...
... bar wanting a beer. At this point there are about 7 food orders ready so the employee says "one moment" and goes to deliver the food to the tables. The Americans figure they are too important to wait and deserve their beer immediately, so they reach behind the bar and poor themselves their own beer. Sabrina and I were scandalized. The thing is they didn't poor it well, and wasted a few glasses which all came out mostly head. Sabrina ends up saying out loud something ...
Going to spend the day at Xel-ha was definitely a good call for us all. At first we wondered, leaving at 8 am if we really would be at rest spending the whole day in there. I think I speak for everyone when I say we made great memories and we would love to go back!
The day started with a shuttle 'train' that dropped us off at the top of the river where we suitied up in snorkel gear. I will not forget Adam's immediate gleeful yelp upon ...
We had accumulated a bit more stuff over the last few weeks we had got for ourselves as well as presents for others that we needed to post back home so it didn't take up room in our bags when we head to Peru. We woke up very late after a big sleep in, somewhere around midday. We got ready and packed all the things into a few bags we were sending home. I asked the guy at reception where the post office was, which he wrote down the address and we begun to walk there. ...