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... of the resort.
After walking a bit, we found security guard wandering around. We asked if he saw the other group and he told us they had all gone back to their rooms.
He asked us where our rooms were. I told him I needed him to call me a shuttle to get to the other side.
Virginia, on the other hand, could not remember where her room was. I was about to leave her with the security guard and just take off to ...
... 45min of swimming and snorkeling, we headed to a nearby restaurant for lunch at 2PM. The restaurant was called Selva Maya Hacienda. Food was actually pretty good. Surprising considering most tours we go on bring us to cheap places. After lunch and a brief thunderstorm, we stopped at a nearby cenote before heading to Valladolid.
Valladolid we didn't do much, a quick 45min shopping stop while the van refueled. It was a ...
... someone steals my bag with my camera and my iPad), so unfortunately I don't have any pictures to show - until I come back and upload the pics taken from my phone.
After this little piece of Heaven, I meet Sabrina back in the room and we grab lunch, trying a new Buffet restaurant. She then tells me she stopped by the lobby and talked to Jesus (pronounced Hey-Seuss,by the way), who invited us to go to Playa Del Carmen (which is about 30KM away from the resort) and ...
... Ramon" who seems to have taken a liking to joking around with Adam. We now seek his area because he is so kind and friendly.
The 'Water and Fire' show at the pool this evening was not exciting or entertaining enough to keep us up. We tried but were done earlier than usual......asleep by 10.
Today will no doubt be one of the most memorable days of our trip! We'll look forward to seeing pictures from the kids' waterproof ...
... past the post offices had always had spare, empty boxes laying around and despite a few occasions in Mexico City the people working at the post offices have been very helpful with us and gave us a box and sticky tape to use, especially the lady in Merida and also Oaxaca, but this guy looked to be having a bad day and didn't want to help us. The man who transplanted told us to go and try asking shoe shops for boxes. We left the post office feeling defeated and ...