Aqualuna Boutique Hotel by Xperience Hotels
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We landed in Cancun at 16:30, me in a bit of pain. From being sick my sinuses were blocked and the pressure in the plane caused my ears to block and become incredibly sore. Not much I could do about it. So I had to get over it, move forward and hope it would correct itself. So as unbalanced as I was, Kev guided me off the plane and through to customs we went. Then we stopped. Dead. Still. In a crowd of people coming down the stairs in different directions. Welcome ...
... When you first arrive you get taken to your villa by luxury speedboat through the Mangroves. I feel like a princess as I step off the boat and onto the landing where my butler is waiting to explain the ins and outs of my over-water villa.
Which is massive.
Huge living area, outdoor deck with my own private plunge pool, a massive bathroom with a bath, indoor and outdoor shower, walk in wardrobe, huge king size bed.
Luxury at its best.
... it out a lot longer than I thought we would.
On our last full day we just spent it at the beach. We were fairly spent from the night before and I had a bit of a cold on top of that so we took it very easy; Megs did some touristy shopping and spent a good chunk of the morning haggling over hammocks which was fairly amusing. The next day we were headed for our last stop of the trip. Cancun :-)
... partying gifts (including a stretched out set of granny panties :P).
My favorite day was in port at Cozumel, Mexico where we went to a place called Mr. Sanchos. For $55 each you get unlimited seafood and drinks for 7 hours, along with a bunch of other accommodations. We ended up meeting a great crew of Asians that we played volleyball with for at least 3 to 4 hours. Two of the Mexicans running the jet ski rentals even came ...
... law who lives with us. After smoothly passing through the airport, we boarded a flight from SFO to Cancun. Once in Cancun, the plan was to take the bus and then the ferry to Cozumel via the town of Playa de Carman. The bus was no problem, effortlessly traveling from the airport to the ferry port. As we waited for the ferry, we watched as the boats rocked menacingly back and ...