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Cont'd Day 7: Sunday 5, January
We touched down in Cancun and miraculously 3 bags came through on the baggage belt!
We took an ADO bus into the town and with bags on the back is we made our way to our accommodation, Hotel Tanka. We were staying in the old town of Cancun which was thankfully away from the Hotel Zone, or something we …
... as incredibly unsafe. At least that’s what fellow European travelers told me was written in their guidebooks. But there were millions of them, and they only cost peanuts. So the next time I am there, I am definitely using them. You always sit next to a nice and helpful local that helps you out when you are lost and that can give you that one secret tip that you have been waiting for days.
So we arrived in the city of Cancun, and as ...
... I’m salivating just thinking about them….
... too. A very cool thing that happened was an employee got a kayak and paddled around handing offering fruit. I must say it was quite the day in paradise. Today marked our three year dating anniversary too, and it was a great day for not only the both of us, but for everybody here. Jaime and I hit the hay early because we had to be up super early for our Whale Shark Excursion. Included are a few fun pics from the ...
... there's a beach there. And I think that that takes something away from the place. Like you have to pay to experience this beauty. With all the opulence of the ritzy hotels and expensive mall with it's name brand shops like Louis Vutton and such, you forget that Mexico is a 3rd world country. There is a gritty underbelly of poverty in the hotel district but you must really be paying attention to spot it. Not to mention the army of workers that are everywhere doing all sorts ...