La Tortuga Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... out so it's nice and quiet and easy to crash out. Had a chat earlier to one of the guests who said he's here in Mexico for 4 weeks with his sister travelling, but they have barely left the hostel in the 2 weeks they have overstayed there as she decided she wants to move there and live with the staff. Can sense his ****** off nature towards the issue as to us all it makes no sense and he should just go solo. Makes no sense to us why he lets her selfishness affect his trip. Anyways, off to ...
... a 45 minute trip to aventuras mayas but we stopped along the way to pick up 3 more people. Bryce took a quick nap on the bus. I just looked out the window and watched everything go by.
We got closer to the place we were going and turned off the road. Our driver was giving us some information about the town we were driving through and when the road got less paved nd more bumpy he called it the "Mayan Massage". Free for everyone! haha. He talked about the flora ...
... at the dinner - she came back to him, long story! David gave a nice leaving speech to Ernesto (Emma's suggestion which was lovely) and we then headed to the Beer Bucket for some dodgy shots of Donkey Semen (my favourite ;) ) and Red Headed Slut. Suddenly felt so knackered and headed back to the flat with Dimi. Waited for Angelos and Elina to come back and then straight to bed! V and mini V (looking forward to the lie-in ...
... trip to Caye Caulker. I was arriving with little knowledge which meant few expectations of Caye Caulker. So I was completely surprised when we climbed from the boat and discovered a melting point of real rusta Jamaican style guys, eagerly wanting to show you around or help you find a place to stay (at a cost of cause). The island was tiny, completely made up of sandy paths, no paved roads existed anywhere. After searching for hours online prior to arriving, we'd ...
... placed into a bucket that we pulled up to our seats in the sky. After a total of 6 beers, and our bellies full, we decided to call it a night and make the rest of the trek home. In total, our expensive night out cost us $18 American, not too shabby. **Update**: Having talked to more travellers along the way, we severely missed out in Akumal! It is apparently a wonderful place to spot sea turtles just off of the beach, (no need to pay $10 to swim in a touristy lagoon). Lesson ...