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... loud at night, we can get earplugs at the reception...but later we found out why!
As we arrived early that day we had time to explore a little bit of Playa. First we went to a little market place where we had some really good tacos at a small food booth. That was our first taco since we arrived in Mexico. For 60 Pesos (about CHF 4.00) we had tacos con pollo embanado, con rez (beef) and con carne asada. A little bit ...
... keep it going!
After a two hour flight we got to Cancun, and in comparison to Monterrey we were greeted by warm air and rays of sun. I hadn’t seen the sun in over a week in Mty. Because my friend Ailed had a holdup at work, we waited at a little park in front of the airport for about two hours for her to pick us up. I was just walking a little circle and passed by the road when suddenly a car stopped in front of me. It was her :D ...
... to the beach and everybody else from the Raza en Playa whatsapp group was there enjoying the sun and the sea. We basked in the sun, read, chat, swim.
We went to have lunch to Los Aguachiles. They had delicious food, we try the figurines (lettuce tacos), a full grilled octopus, aguachiles, tostadas and Huesos even tried a good mezcal from Oaxaca. It was a great lunch.
... largish fish on ice I decide to buy it. I ask the man on the fish counter to gut it and clean it but he leaves the head on. I can't take that home so I ask him to remove it. It still doesn't look as I would expect if I asked for the same thing in Tesco. He does wrap it well though so it doesn't smell and for £1.50 it's a bargain. I don't know what it is by the way. Back outside I hail a taxi who drops me right off at the gates to our apartment. Mike ...
... to the lodge with enormous grins on our face, evidence of the once-in-a-lifetime achievement.
The next day we had a guided tour of the entire city, learning much about the fascinating Mayan culture and ingenuity, repeatedly blowing the minds of us mere peasants. After the mornings tour we headed to our next destination across the border into Belize.
The town of San Ignacio gave us the option of visiting the Mayan city, Caracol or exploring caves on various modes ...