La Rana Cansada
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... but also a chocolate shop and a coffee place, so I'm all set.
Our hotel is somewhat annoyingly situated in the centre of the town's never-ending nightlife, bars and restaurants and tacky souvenir shops everywhere. But hey, it's only a few blocks from the beach. My plans involve a parasol, a beach chair and pink drinks with umbrellas in them. Eat your heart out, minus-20 dwelling fellow Montrealers.
We went out for dinner -- Jelle and I ended up getting sushi of ...
... the Lotus Spa for our seaweed massages...the therapist smeared this gooey green stuff all over me, then wrapped me up like a burrito in some foil type stuff and left me soaking while she massaged my head--for about 20 minutes! Pure heaven!! Then I showered off the goo and she began doing a regular massage, for about 45 minutes. Again, pure bliss. This was followed up by a high pressure sales pitch to purchase all the products she had used on ...
But, I wanted a little bit more action so by booking a day tour, this was exactly the remedy I needed after being cooped here for five whole days now!
We were picked up at 8:00am from the resort’s lobby and driven north all the way to Playa del Carmen, an half an hour drive from the Grand Palladium. ...
... with a few topes (speed bumps) and police checkpoints along the way. I turned into town about 50km south. Immediately the town feels like I'm back driving in Amman Jordan. Actually it's not that difficult, but is of a very masculine style and requires 100% attention. Typical American drivers would crash or hit a tope within 10 minutes. I don't think I'd want to drive in this town during the high tourism season (September is the lowest month).
... in judgement as to how high something was, either that or it was a combination of too many Fantas and bad footwear.
Ane, Dan, Sabrina, Stefanie, Marc and myself travelled to Tulum to see the ruins. We were picked up by our driver Enrique who drove us about 1 hour to Tulum, he dropped us off and let us basically do our own thing.
To be honest, the ruins are ok, nothing on what the ruins in Tikal were like, but this place was WAY over populated, way to ...