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... being here. Its just not long enough. Soon we have to go back but we're pretty happy to be warm, drinks in hand and music pumping.
Back in Cancun we head to the newest property in the Riviera Cancun, Nizuc, to enjoy lunch and a site inspection. Its a very long lunch and despite being well looked after again by having my bandages changed by the Lifeguard we all still want to be on the boat - or exploring our surroundings.
Unfortunately the day ...
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What we learnt
LAX is a massive **** hole of an airport.
Sunscreen is ridiculously expensive here - we were in a hurry and accidentally paid around $30 AUD for a spray-on sunscreen, which is pretty much gone after two days. One of the worst value for money purchases of my life!
Sitting around getting served drinks and having a buffet full of delicious free food to eat all day ...
... for the buddy system because with the vacant streets and random police checks our story could have already ended with "and they were never heard from again"... although given the exorbitant hand coddled ride we were probably safe. We wind down roads dotted with ramshackle huts that lack the basic necessities. I keep my head down and I count my personal blessings. We make a right turn, the seas part and the lap of luxury is in ...
All of the walking we'd been doing finally caught up with TLD. A soft corn (I know it's hard to believe that she's not perfect) was starting to bother her and Ellyne recommended she go see Dr Scholl's... Yes, there really was a Dr Scholl's orthopedic care facility in Merida across from the bull ring. You never know when a bull is going to have a soft corn.
We arrived there at 9AM to find out we had to wait for an appointment at Noon. We made ...
... is adjacent to the Square. It was about 2:30 and we figured whatever was going to happen would happen by 3, so we hung around. We chatted with a Catholic priest named Pepe who had come from Puerto Vallarta by invitation for some of the ceremonies. Pepe invited us to be his guests at Mass tonight but we don't have anything to wear:-)
He told us that he had heard the new Mexican president was coming today. He was elected in July but has only been in office 20 ...