Hotel Plaza Almendros
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11 hours of budget flying got to us, no tv, no bassinet and an unhappy baby. We come out of the airport and got hussled into an over expensive taxi to drop us off out our dock where we were catching a ferry from. It cheered us up to see a taco stand at the ferry, we will get some on the way back we said as we rushed on to the ferry just before it …
... clarification and he prattled off his prices...none of which were indicated on the product. Piracy is alive and well. We finished packing and left our bags at the front desk, got a milk shake and a couple of frappes and went back to the store that was closed. I bought a wooden vase...for my flowers... Had a drink, wandered, and eventually decided to get on the 3:00 water taxi which would allow for some shopping in the "duty free" zone typically frequented by the ...
... to meet back at the hotel at 3:30pm to change, drop off the carts and head to the beach. At the beach some of just relaxed on the sand, others went for a swim and the rest played volleyball. It was nice to chill and talk about the day. We left at 6pm to go back to Cancun where a few of us picked up food and went to a friends house for the evening. I was exhausted by the end of the day but we all enjoyed it so much. We gave a good witness on the island - ...
... Of Mice and Men, which he took from Robbie Burns' poem To a Mouse) Not that you care... but hey, I'm filling time here.
We've ruled out the idea of gathering up all the sandals and flip flops washed up on the beach and placing them in the "lost and found" bin in the lobby. C feels that the gesture would be unappreciated.
There is a building located on a rock spit over the small bay here that they are working ...
... so I decided to say goodbye to the tour group and to my family to stay one more night on the island.
The sinkhole made famous by Jacques Cousteau is a geological masterpiece created by rising sea levels evident of the enormous stalactites 140ft below the surface. Peering over the edge into the dark-blue abyss you begin to feel insignificant and wonder what the hell lives at the bottom, 400ft below. I felt like I was in a Steven Spielberg sci-fi movie. With negligible gravity, ...