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... a stain that is hard to erase. So I am rubbing at this stain and it is just not shifting.
I set the toothbrush down and use one hand to hold the shirt and continue rubbing with the other.
And still I can't shift it.
Then the penny drops.
What I am rubbing is not a mark made by toothpaste.
It is the Nike swoosh logo.
Which is white and stitched into the shirt.
I'm looking at myself in the ...
... Just got all comfy when the tide started coming up and we had to relocate a little higher. 30 minutes later and another relocate. Thank goodness there's plenty of beach. It's an easy pack to go and quick pick up to come back, but we are missing our lounge chairs and umbrellas. Thinking we might have to dig the sand to create loungers to accommodate our aging backs!! The water is blue, but not the clear blue that we all ...
... another of the Starwood luxury collection. This gorgeous hacienda has only 12 rooms and has retained it's original charm. It's location in the jungle means that the mossy paths that lead to the rooms are a little slippery but makes you feel truly like a part of the history of the region. Feeling completely isolated with only a restaurant, swimming pool and welcoming rooms we all feel that we could return to this spot.
We continue on for another 2 hours by bus to ...
... painted murals of Merida's history on the walls and views across the plaza from the first floor. On the third side of the plaza was the Cathedral. As David walked through the main doors, he kept his eyes up, looking forward to avoid the gaze of the beggars on the floor - this backfired somewhat when he fell down the down hole for locking the huge doors and landing on his face...and yes, he did swear. We took that as a sign not to join the service ...
... roasted pork dish from the Yucatán Península of Mayan origin. A pork loin marinated in sour orange juice served with refried beans, tomatoes, avocado, roasted red onion for 75 pesos / NZ $ 7 / US $ 5.70. That plus a Negro Modelo at 27 pesos / NZ $ 2.50 / US $ 2.10 was Ok but they charged not a 10% service charge but a 15%!