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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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This time an early start and off to the airport at 0830 to be in plenty of time for a 1200 flight. Through check-in and a very disinterested clerk, left our bags with …
... well worth the climb. The view is stunning. Jungle as far as you can see with a few other ruins poking their heads above the canopy. The sweat is running off me by this stage but get in some good shots before ducking for the small amounts of shade for a drink. We round up the pics and head down. The climb down isn't too bad despite the gradient and size of the stairs. We are well over by this stage and head out with an hour and half to spare before the bus arrives. We grab a bite ...
... cooked away .
In a few minutes he presented a wonderful dessert. Starting at the bottom he had place a large ginger snap cookie (or at least it tasted similar) then vanilla ice cream, a small amount of whipped cream and poured over top was the banana sauce mixture. Our English friends got all excited and said that's what they were choosing for dessert now.
We enjoyed a delicious dessert with great company. Soon ...
... one of the new 7 wonders of the world. And now I have been to 5 out of the 7 new wonders of the world :) We walked around and our guide showed us the clever acoustics in the ball court. We also stopped infront of the staircase of El Castillo and if you clap your hands, the echo will resemble the chirp of a quetzal. We had lunch at one of the cafés and then we were once again back in the bus heading to our last stop ...
... taxi. While we all stood around wondering if the boat was ever going to leave, we met the most lovely couple from Holland, Hanneke & Huib. We all got talking and Stuie's family are from Holland, so he spoke to them in broken Dutch. The next minute I know they are both saying "no way". In a matter of minutes they had worked out their families were both from the same tiny town in Holland. Unbelievable!!! Little did we know at this point a beautiful friendship between us ...