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... behind. Arigato sensai robato, I felt your precence. Palanque is a site with ancient ruins that is situated in the Mexican jungle. This is one place I wanted to visit whilst researching for my Mexican trip and so the girls followed for some sight seeing before we headed up to Tulum. I think they are secretly using me for my spanish abilities... The sites were good but unfortunately nothing on the ruins of Tikal in Guatemala I saw a few ...
... For example, case in point, I have decided that:
a) I am super strong and
b) this swollen lip made me look well 'ard and only served to my advantage when avoiding mugging in Mexico.
In Gatwick airport, I found myself jealous of Fiona and her fancy BA flight as I headed for my budget Thomas Cook flight, armed with enough snacks to hopefully last me the whole journey (it turns out meals and drinks were ...
... cliffs 15m above the turquoise Caribbean. They may not be architecturally the most exciting, but they certainly have location. They attract huge numbers of tourists as there are miles of resorts nearby.
Our last ruin to visit was Coba which is quite spread out, and while we walked, many people rented a bike or a triciclo.
... staying in our dorm. He knew a place where we could get quesadillas for the equivalent of a dollar each...they were yum!
That evening we headed back to our new favourite Mojito bar, the barman even shouted us a couple free shots of tequila....well while in Mexico! We finished the night off with an ice cream, probably not the wisest of dinner choices!!
Day 12: Friday 10 January
There were a few fuzzy heads this morning. *******n those ...
... yesterday, or why the cops are taking cash when it clearly states that they should not.... Some things in Mexico I am glad to leave behind... Tally's for Mexico: - # of awesome foods we found out about too late and regret not eating more: just the hot tomales, but definitely get off the Main Street and find a taqueria to eat at - cheap authentic and hanging with the locals. - # of dodgy/lying/sneaky Mecican toursit business-type people we encountered: way too ...