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... sworn off tequila back in uni this trip has been the first time I've been able to drink it without vomiting being the immediate reaction. Looks like it'll be another ten years before I can have another one. I stuck to beer (and water and crisps) for the rest of the night
Conversation was a mixed bag as I was now sober listening to a very drunk Mexican and a stoned Swede try and debate economics. Eventually the ...
... the Lotus Spa for our seaweed massages...the therapist smeared this gooey green stuff all over me, then wrapped me up like a burrito in some foil type stuff and left me soaking while she massaged my head--for about 20 minutes! Pure heaven!! Then I showered off the goo and she began doing a regular massage, for about 45 minutes. Again, pure bliss. This was followed up by a high pressure sales pitch to purchase all the products she had used on ...
... on crazy waves, it being just before 4 am at this point. We finally were able to drop off our bags and go through security check, which also wasn't quite open yet haha. Thankfully we only waited about 10 minutes.
We got through security quite quickly and continued to walk to our gate, gate 80 to be exact. Bryce noticed a Starbucks as we walked and my brain went into overdrive! COFFEE!!! He smiled and we walked a little faster towards the wonderful smell of ...
... dance floor, but it was so packed with people we were confined to standing at the bar all night. It was cheesy and over the top but a really good laugh!
As we both love Mexican food at home we decided to try some authentic cuisine at a local restaurant called Nativos. When we arrived the atmosphere was dead with hardly any other diners around but we kept an open mind. I ordered the burritos which were very plain and, despite being vegetarian, had some sort of ...
... we found a lovely bike path that ran almost all then way to the cenote. The last 1.5kms was a dirt track and still not being completely sure if we were even going down the right road, the sign for the cenote finally appeared. We were so relieved!! There was three cenotes at this particular spot. A guide took us in with helmets, flashlights and a snorkel set. Each of the cenotes were incredible. Despite still be inside caves the entrance to these we're not ...