Comfort Inn Cancun Aeropuerto
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... for the arrival of the Spaniards, much more would have been left. But what was left was impressive and located in the most beautiful and picturesque location. History not seen in our homeland of Oz. Well worth the visit. 7 days of indulgence including spa treatments, nails, hair, food and drink, pools etc etc has come to an end. Time to move on to the next stage of our trip, Memphis and Nashville. Stay tuned for the boot scooting antics of the Aussie ...
... hard. We were all sitting on the plane waiting to take off and on he walks with a big smile on his face, a passenger hadn't made the flight so they had room for him. We got to Merida and it was finally hot hot, like getting a sweat up taking our bags to the bus hot. We checked out the city and got a cool horse and cart ride through town on our way to dinner past the incredible mansions on the man street. On our drive from Merida ...
... essentially floating in space, snaking my way between the gigantic pillars, some of which formed over 150,000 years ago.
Two more dives after that, one at Half-moon Caye reef and the other called the aquarium. Both showed me what real Caribbean marine life is all about. After diving the second largest barrier reef in the world I think I have to go explore the largest, the one right in our backyard, before it completely dies off.
Traveling alone again, I went ...
We had one very interesting day, which made me feel very educational I must say! We went to one of the new seven wonders of the world, Chichen Itza. It was a Mayan village, and had amazing buildings and pyramids. We were told about the people they believed to be gods, who were actually the most intelligent people from the village, and so because of their extreme intellect, they all believed they were magical. We were also told about how they ...
... drop off with high tide on the beach in front of the hotel. The water is aqua blue to a point before it looks like regular ocean where I presume it gets deep quick.
Beautiful water and very fine, white sand under feet. Can't help but remember that after one of the major hurricanes, perhaps hurricane Andrew, that sand was barged in to rebuild Cancun since most of the beach had literally been washed out to ...
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the rooms were well suited but the doors seemed to be too thin or something because we could hear almost everything going on out in the halls! woke me up in the morning bummer!
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