La Casa de los Angeles
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... breeze - I haven't felt the need for aircon yet.
Anyways, the real test comes tomorrow.... Finding and arranging a bus to take me to a little town 3 hours down the coast called Tulum.
One of the most scenic and only Mayan ruins perched on the cliffs of the Caribbean - Should make for some great photos!
... we came across a vegan cafe called Siempre Sano - Always Healthy - where Coco and her helpers were cooking up a fixed price lunch of soup, 3 vegan veggie stews with beans, rice and tortillas, dessert and juice all for 60 pesos each ... about £3 and amazing ... five a day all in one meal! The mushroom and chilli was our favourite.
There is a good breeze ...
The next morning greeted us and we awoke early to head down to the beach front after a simple but awesome breakfast at our hotel. As we approached the main dock area, a little old lady was sitting on a bench with local dive shop employees gathered around. A heavenly sight for any foodie was there in front of us. This little old lady was selling her homemade empanadas. And they were incredible, with a variety of her homemade salsas and hot sauces ...
... time with two German brothers, Christian and Daniel. Their english was good so I decided to teach them some drinking games. They spoke of their travels and affinity for the American Bar Hooters where they had spent all of their cash the night previous. It looks like the Germans are here to party...
Tyler should be arriving soon so I will look forward to that.
... were hobnobbing with hotel folk. We were initially surprised by how built up it was, which was probably a bit naive, but it is like Sandton on steroids by the sea.
That day we swam in a sea that was hands down the most beautiful blue we have seen in four months, and then we booked two tickets to a club called Coco Bongo. The tickets weren't cheap, but Paul Da Silva said we had to do it, and when Paul says you have to do something then you normally ignore ...