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- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... but generally lazing and sunbathing on the stone ruins. Other smaller lizards scurry around, and colourful birds dart from tree to tree either eating nectar or insects from the flowers on the trees. Since someone fell whilst climbing a temple at Chichen Itza and died, climbing on the buildings has been prohibited. So we follow the path that leads around the site, taking in the ruins of the buildings. It's only a small site though and only takes us about ...
... will also, almost always wing their way through anything, with a personal favourite being the way they would add the letter 'o' onto anything and believing it would pass as Spanish. Eg. "Lo stomacho e sicko," whilst pointing to their belly and gesturing to the local Pharmacist what their stomach is doing inside. They also know more drinking games than anyone I know, which makes them extremely fun to drink with over and over again and the more often you drink with them, ...
... to it. Also saw massive sting rays and spotted eagle rays - massive long tail - tiny bit worried after steve Irwin! Saw some fish too. Got back to beach and guy said he'd take us to see the reef (stupid workers there said could only go past buoys with a guide which was where reef was) but guy was an instructor in cancun so we went out with him and a couple if his family members. Was so cool saw the rays again and more turtles and swam out to reef. We did a lot ...
... goes slow at first as you get accustomed to the release process for descending but it's easier and a lot more fun than it looks! Emerging from the cenote we started ascending a wooden bridge to the zip lines. Our first experience starts off going backwards, which didn't dawn on me until later that I'd have no concept of when I'd stop! The sudden jerk will definitely get your attention and give you an unexpected jolt! The second zipline faced forward with a little shove from ...
... another continental breakfast of coffee, fruit salad, banana loaf & bread we were picked up nice and early by Nikki & Tyler. Our first stop was the Sac Atum Cenote. Our timing was impeccable, we had our own personal guide who navigated us through this incredible cave that was filled with fresh water and stalactites/stalagmites, to top it off we were the only ones there. The water was cooler than the sea but warm enough for us to spend ...