La Quinta Inn & Suites Cancun
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... in the afternoon we spent some time walking along the beach and sitting on our balcony enjoying our beautiful views.
The initial plan was to go to one of the fine dining a la carte restaurants for dinner to celebrate Blakes birthday but unfortunately nobody informed us yesterday when we arrived that you were able to book 3 days in advance so when we went to make our reservation ...
... a three egg omelette with peppers, mushrooms and onions and a hash brown plus juice and coffee all for £5, not bad really. Mike had pancakes and maple syrup to start followed by Puntas A La Mexicana which consists of sirloin steak chunks, tomatoes, onions, jalapeños, refrained beans and chilaquiles sprinkled with cotija cheese, I agree not very breakfast like but ...
... our onward flight to Lima, we stopped in Cancun itself for a few days - nothing much of interest here, it was a bit commercial, a bit Miami beach, with prices to match. The one thing that was cheap was the diving so Ian did another couple of dives, including a wreck dive. The beach was just as nice as Tulum, and the hotel was great too but to be honest I can't see us rushing back here; we'd rather go back to sleepy ...
... of salmon.... We were given loads of food and drinks on the plane so we had our money's worth and it is was nice to have extra leg room. Simon's extra long legs definitely appreciated it! We didn't sleep much, so we were really tired by the time we got into Mexico. We had to wait absolutely ages for our suitcases to come off the plane. It was so annoying. I've never waited an hour for my cases before and I was getting well ratty. Then we had to go through their stupid customs ...
... for some reason, this time we obeyed the wee fellow.
The next night we packed our pad kos, locked up our rooms in our little Mexican village, said goodbye to Enrique and Gracia, hopped in a bus, ate our pad kos, continued to travel, saw numerous travelers come and go and then we arrived at Coco Bongo. To make a long journey longer, we were forced to queue in an endless queue - at this point I was thinking about ways to make Paul feel bad about forcing us to go ...