Hotel Costa Maya Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... day, but because of how close we are the ship barely moves. It's more like a float day. I've booked a renal car in Miami, because our flight doesn't leave until 10 pm, so we have a full day!!
Andrea has been tracking our progress and watches the ship channel religiously. She knows more about cruising than we do now and speaks in nautical miles. She's having a blast. ...
... Let me explain...when it's 17 degrees Celsius over night not to bad for sleep except that the water in the water bed is cool as well! The result being cold all night and not sleeping. Time for breakfast, at the resort pub I met a local that told me to walk into town and go to Aroma cafe for a omelette. It was slightly over a km walk, turned out to be well worth it. Got a omelette with ...
... The list goes on. It's shocking to see it all piled up. This area is pristine and unmanicured. No removal of the sea grass and trees along the shore. It could be even more beautiful without the reminder that humans are wasteful. Time to rethink my use of plastics again. Andy has been keeping himself busy helping the local businesses with their solar battery systems. They love him and his knowledge! Potential ...
... which we use as our communal area, school room, dining room, cinema (on the rare occasions when we are allowed to start up the generator) and dance floor on party nights. Then there are 4 bamboo/wooden huts thatched with palm leaves providing bunk accommodation for 6-8 of us in each, as well as shelter for the dogs, mice, scorpions and – as we discovered last night – a baby boa constrictor living in the roof thatch. And that’s pretty much it - between ...
... whilst our not all that young nobody will cherish what Mexico has brought him, the time had come. There he had found the rhythm he hopes will endure through the trip. The "easy breezy" as he sometimes refers to it. The Rule #6 way, in other words. The last few days he has considered removing the word Rule from his very extensive list of things to refer to. It has sounded to him too stern and anti-travel life, like from that ...