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... br> that one has to line up for a chance to have their photo taken with
the sculpture. Alongside these beautiful whimsical bronze sculptures
were sand sculptures ranging from giant iguanas to festive Christmas
trees, and a few popular cartoon characters.
Once in a while, the waves came crashing and plumes of water sprayed down
on people and on the sand sculptures.
From the Malecon, our next stop was Wall-Mart to get our must- ...
... BZD included eggs and toast for breakfast. Mexico round two Tulum- 1st Night- Weary Traveler. It's a party hostel with a bar and large seating area. Good breakfast was included and free bus to the beach but it was very hot and stuffy in the rooms and they were very very grotty. Also we think we may have had bed bug bites after staying. Dorm bed was $150 MXN but not worth it. 2nd Night- Hostal Tulum Naa. Av. Satelite Lote 1 Mz 23, Col. Tulum Centro, 77780 Tulum. Small ...
... where we staying and offered us tequila shots (we had three). She offered us discounts on tours and showed us a map of the city pointing out places we may want to visit and the Mexican Hotel she represented. She told us that our hotel was owned by Americans and that all of the money left the country, she wanted to show us her hotel. The lady was quite persistent we finally agreed to me her the next morning at nine to hear the presentation. She told ...
... that didn't have one but Theresa kept hers and was able to put him down on the sand and we watched him walk his way out to the ocean until a wave swept him up and he was swimming in his new home.
AMAZING experience. On Theresa's bucket list and now an addition to my bucket list to scratch off and something even I didn't think would be as cool and amazing as it was.
We will be back to PVR in July sometime one of these years to volunteer ...
... br> Earlier that night Leo & Suzanne guided us to an unexplored part of town (to us, anyway), up a hill and far away. They'd found a perfect sunset spot alongside an abandoned house. The view was awesome! We could see Sayulita beach, Los Muertos, the river that runs through town and the expanse that is the jungle surrounding Sayulita. Hmmm I wonder how long we could squat there before getting evicted! The somewhat inebriated trek back through the jungle in total darkness ...