Dos Playas Hotel Cancun
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... present and wonderful!
“What was the best cultural experience you had?”
Besides all of the day to day interactions with local people, I would have to say that the Mexican Wrestling in Mexico City was the best by far and anyone visiting has to experience this!!
“Where was the best place you went diving?”
Utila in Honduras was the best place we went diving as the waters were crystal clear, super warm and the marine life ...
... an interesting night talking about some things and getting pumped for the all inclusive send off.
The following day we got up early and after breaky we caught a taxi out to the Resort. We checked in at 10am but had to wait until 3pm to get in to our room. We were given the all inclusive arm bands and set free to get stuck in to it. The downside was that we hadn't prepared very well and weren't wearing our swimmers so we sat around by the pool drinking cocktails ...
... recently been marked but that makes no difference, nor do traffic lights. I don't think they have such a thing as a Highway Code here. I'm told they don't have to pass a test for a Mexican driving licence, you just pay the fee and get it. That explains a lot. Everyone cuts everyone else up - buses, cars and particularly taxis. After the heavy rains back in November there were a lot of pot holes in the road, some hidden under large puddles as our friend ...
Cancun was exactly as I imagined, trashy and tacky but we really didn't mind as we knew a few days of soaking up the sun in our all inclusive resort was exactly what we needed. We packed up our bags and headed to the airport. Stephie was in the sky and on her way, our flight rador app had confirmed that!!! The previous day we had forged a plan with Stephie, she would meet us at the resort and I'd arrange a private transfer to come and get her. But instead we decided to be ...
... the gate so we could go swim in it, directly below the town square. The first half of the ride was pretty cruisey but the last 5k's dragged a bit but it was all completely worth it! The day after we went up to a place called Rio Lagartos, about 2 hours north of Valladolid where we were told we would get to see Flamingos in the wild. We managed to navigate the 2 buses to get us there and sure enough after a boat ride up a ...