Hotel Colibri Beach
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Llegó el día y allá fuimos...3 días a DF. Capital de México y 12 días más a Playa del Carmen.
Como toda capital gigante cuando uno llega se siente algo abrumado pero a las dos corajudas nada nos detiene.
Y ahí estábamos subidas el primer día en el Turibus (http://www.turibus.com.mx/) que nos habían recomendado para tener idea de …
... Sorry, kiddo.
And we were so put off by the smarmy auctioneer that we left before it was over and we didn’t even get our free artwork. (That was my second choice for her birthday present.)
Then it was off to the Stardust theater where we watched people playing “Deal or No Deal” while we waited for the movie to start. We saw “The Imitation Game” and it was really good. I can see why it was up ...
... a steady wind, and a setup that leaves you exhausted but once you get the kite airborne, what a rush- you’re able to speed along parallel to the beach just in time to… turn around and race to the other end of the beach... and then turn around and race back to where you just came from, etc, etc, (maybe that’s why they call it 'kite boring’?). Deb P, or "Smokey" as she came to be known, did join us for meals scheduled around her kiting, and evenings were ...
... that was the sound of people clapping to hear the echoes. The entire site was very Disney-esque, especially compared to all the other ruins we've seen this trip. It was very hot -- well over 30 degrees -- and noisy and you can't climb any of the ruins.
For all these reasons, in all honesty, I found Chichen Itza to be a bit of a letdown. It didn't quite match the impressiveness of Teotihuacan, the majesty of Palenque or the serenity of Yaxchilan. But that's okay. It's ...
... fixed it by disabling all security on my ATM card. Just in case, I changed my PIN after every subsequent transaction on this trip.
Anyways, MXN cash in hand, we bought some basic goods like pasta, pop tarts, milk, avacadoes. Not much else today except chasing Carmen around the suite and heading to bed. We did find a way to arrange the furniture such that Carmen could not see us from the crib, allowing her to give up and go to sleep.