Hotel Alux Cancun
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Day 1: October 7, 2014
Both of us were very excited about arriving in Mexico. It was going to be another change in culture; after being the last 6 months in Asia, and then a few weeks in the United States we were ready to embrace what Mexico had to offer.
We arrived at the Cancun International Airport at about 11.00. Everything …
... on the beach, swim in the gorgeous crystal clear sea, or sip cocktails in one of the infinity pools does sound quite damning but it made us realise just how easy it is to travel abroad yet choose to stick with the familiar. It actually felt as if we'd already left Mexico. But I think we deserved a bit of luxury to finish. This was a honeymoon after all.... Waiting in the lobby for our taxi to the airport was a sobering affair. The hotel was hosting an exclusive weekend ...
... to meet back at the hotel at 3:30pm to change, drop off the carts and head to the beach. At the beach some of just relaxed on the sand, others went for a swim and the rest played volleyball. It was nice to chill and talk about the day. We left at 6pm to go back to Cancun where a few of us picked up food and went to a friends house for the evening. I was exhausted by the end of the day but we all enjoyed it so much. We gave a good witness on the island - ...
... called speleogenesis. Look it up, it is amazing! We found this amazing restaurant with only Mexican food and their tacos are delicious! the owner gave us VIP tickets to some nightclub that we went to last Saturday night and it was just like an MTV party you see on TV. Club full of young Americans on spring break downing shots like it was water, confetti and balloons falling down from the 2 nd floor down to the dance floor. Brazilian dancers, psy guy ...
... of the World, and in itself, quite amazing. The main temple was designed as a calendar with every corner, and every stair counting towards something be it weeks, months or days. Although you can no longer climb the temple, we were told that there is a exact replica (just smaller), built inside. Outside there is an excavation of a platform of another temple that was to be built around the one we saw, but for whatever reason was never completed. Chichen ...