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... A beautiful crater lake surrounded by thick bushland hills, we kayaked and seabiscuited the afternoon away in water almost hot to the touch, before boarding two chicken buses bound for Granada. For those not in the know, chicken buses are 60's style US school buses decommissioned to central america for further use there. Our bags were piled on top and fellow Aussie Steve and I literally hung off the back rail with the door wide open, shooting down the freeway at 80km ...
... to prolong our holiday by a day, saw us drown our sorrows in yet more champagne while we appreciated how lucky we have been to experience all the amazing things we have done over the last 6 weeks - and an amazing friendship - still intact after spending six weeks together! A last sunset before the horrible task of trying to pack within our weight allowance made it that much harder......luckily our next holiday is on the drawing ...
... sun bathing swimming. Had lunch in between (homemade chicken tacos) and relaxing. The beach in Cancun is stunning, looks like a postcard. The water is so warm, no cold chills there. Cooked dinner and washed it down with coronas and lime, YUMO. We drove into town for a nosey, there is always something happening no matter what day it is. Monday night was a lingerie carnival and an all white party. We sat at a bar on the strip drinking scrumy margaritas and people ...
... made him a new person. My personal experience is that people tend to change much more slowly than this, virtually imperceptibly to themselves until a day comes when they decide to reflect on how they have changed over a much longer period of time. We whacked our food in the hostel fridge, wished each other goodnight, and agreed to meet for breakfast the next morning before departing for Chichén Itzá.
... I am a pohmy living in England, and she is an Aussie girl through and through, the chances of seeing each other again within the next 5 years was optimistic... Who would have thought we would be reunited two years later in CANCUN!?! Ahh amazing! The first ten minutes was mental, I just couldn't look at her properly, it was SO surreal!