Hotel Ojo De Agua
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... made sure I had a sizable pile of peanuts in front of me. The boss was a nice guy, but did not want to give me 1 for ½ during Happy Hour 2 for 1 L There was another girl whose name I never understood, but she was nice as well. With her I covered all kinds of topics, plus a few more. We started out with museums in Mexico City, and then somehow went via nude beaches and openness of Mexicans, to body internal torture methods that I will not elaborate ...
... do push ups - No saying the word 'mine' or else you do push ups - No drinking with right hand or you are 'Buffaloed' and must scull the rest of your drink Post dinner we were easily convinced to go out to señor frogs after hearing so much about it. A bar type club set on the bay, tonight was a paint/ glow party. So we bought outfits from the local supermarket for $8 and the girls painted ...
... thing I could think of is, ive seen hundreds of dogs on this trip so far and not one chihauhau ! What a marvellous thing is, the enquiring mind!
ok not Mexican but not going to pass that up.
Taninos wine lounge for Malbec and mixed platter for dinner.
Ok not Mexican either.
Found a great 'one for the road' bar. Got chatting to a Texan based here, who reckons he knows Stig#2.
I believe anything that time of night.
... to be a 3 day stop has turned into a 10 day stop all together so we have to make up the time somewhere. As a result we will have to skip Panama entirely as well as the hoped for Big Corn Islands. Well, you can't see it all in one trip, or so they say. So, next stop will be Ecuador.
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Our last day in Cancun was spent in the hammocks where it all began except this time we kept watching the sky get ...
... probably the most visited of all of the ruins and we found it VERY crowded. There were people everywhere!! Many locals come in as well trying to sell souvenir's to all of the tourists. Every 2 minutes someone would be asking you to buy something, 'Only $1 American!' or my favourite, 'So cheap, almost free!'. You are surrounded by people wherever you walk! You also can't climb any of the ruins anymore because of the damage it was causing. When I asked, it ...