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... free section to rival any supermarket at home, a 'finest' section, lots of fresh meat and sea food and the most amazing bakery section. I have never seen so many delicious looking types of breads and cakes, it's a good job I can't eat them. What I also really like are the little stands of covered food for you to try before you buy. They always have some type of cut fruit and today they also had ham on the deli counter. It's all ...
... the movie Finding Nemo. The fish were large and tiny, single and schools, yellows, blues, browns, striped, spotted etc. the coral, sponges and plant life was equally stunning - lots of purples and greens. We had a bilingual guide who also took us on the guided tour on the island. He was so talented to be able to switch seamlessly between Spanish and English. So back on the boat after the snorkel and the island loomed large. I was like being in an episode ...
... a day in Playa del Carmen to see Laura, and had a beautiful day trip to Isla Mujeres where we spent the whole day lazing on Playa Norte, my favourite beach! Where I spent my 21st with my family :) The day was perfect, the sun was shining and there are never any waves at this palm tree lined beach, it really is paradise. Check out our video we made (there was a boat pumping music, we aren't ...
... mall over the lagoon, Parque las Palapas where I like to go to eat the Mexican street goods, a hippy market, spending the last day on Saturday chilling in the hotel again... and one main thing... NONE OF THEM GOT THE *****?!
Overall it was a truly incredible week, and I hope that they had the most amazing time. Lots of love to all for the birthday wishes, it really so nice to hear from so people back home :) Thank you xxx
We continued driving around the island and stopping off at points of interest, such as the Punta Sur, South Point which is a cliff overlooking the sea and is where the rising sun first touches Mexican soil. This is the highest elevation in the Yucatan and home to an ancient temple honoring the Mayan Moon Goddess. That was pretty cool! We then enjoyed tasty chicken quesadillas for lunch on the North beach, where we decided to go and find ...