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... was outside and he agreed to take most of us who wanted to go to the amazingly located Maya / Toltec ruins of Tul˙m at the same price as the local colectivo (mini van that leaves when it is full) of 40 pesos / NZ $ 3.70 / US $ 3.10 each.
The ride brought us to the entrance and it was already getting hot but the ...
Today was a free day, and our last, so was a chilled one. We woke up, had breakfast at the hotel and shopped a little. Then we went to the beach, and chilled there pretty much the whole day. It was about £2 for a deck chair under an umbrella. For our last dinner, we went to a place on 5th. For my final Mexican dinner I chose to finally ...
The Great Dane flew over to Cancun to join
me for my last week before our big Central American adventure. Cue another week
being the tourist guide with the aim to show Michelle as many of the wonders of
Mexico as possible. Result, the tropical weather season accompanied us for the
first couple of days. Sorry Michelle! Nevertheless we did what we could with
the rain, and we still had an amazing week.
First on the list was ...
... in green shirts and khaki shorts. Slowly the bridesmaids descend the stairs to a gobsmackingly schmaltzy song and one by one cross the bridge hooking up with a male partner as they go. Then all of sudden the music changes to 'Yo Soy Americano' and they all start dancing a conga, the bridesmaids waving their bouquets in the air and the groomsmen producing maracas, and onto the sand they lumber, mal-coordinated and in some cases barely upright, yelling the song as they go, to ...
... of walk. There were a couple of moments when I said to Mark that I wasn't sure I could go on as you had to snorkel with just a small amount of space between the top of the water and the roof of the cave. But I did it and when we went though, it opened up into a big, open cave to swim around in. Very impressive. Then we had a lovely lunch at the family run tour company's restaurant. The best part was that Virginia, the owner, has just this year, adopted an orphaned baby spider ...