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... have an annual free spay/neuter weekend which was the day we arrived. They pick up as many dogs as they can, spay or neuter them, and put them back on the street the next day. I think they do 2 days of spaying and neutering. One of the biggest problems is the Mexicans don't want the neutering. It's not macho to have a neutered dog and unkind to the dog. Hmmmmmm...............
We walked out onto ...
... back for more baking, reading, chatting. It's a tough day so far.
By 2 or 3 we're sufficiently cooked and head to the comfort of the air conditioned room and then have another decision to make..............do we take something out for dinner? or go to town and eat out. This can be a lengthy discussion to make a decision as well. Todays decision was a quick one of going to town. David got some kind of bites on his side last Friday ...
... up at the giant in amazement. David, Ellen and I couldn't stop laughing. Arrived at our corner and the giants climbed out of the little bus.
Nobody was overly hungry but we wanted to try the mole. Checked the internet and found a "Mole Hot Dog"...........a Mexican treat. Defrosted the hot dogs and mixed us up some mole, pico de galla and had ourselves a Mexican treat.
All-dayer at the beach today, from 11 AM to around 5:30 PM. This quasi-ginger here got super burnt, but successfully swam in the ocean for 3 hours in sheer bliss. Vale la pena.
After dinner at home, the band went to Hennessey's Irish Pub to support the flood-relief concert they were having. The pub is an interesting place; a mixture of middle to upper ...
... and since then we've left Cancun for Merida and had a bit more of an
explore of Mexico. Before we'd even left Cancun though, we took a day trip to
the Mayan ruins of Tulum. Tulum was an ancient Mayan port city, so the main
ruins are built on the windy cliff edge overlooking the turquoise sea and white
sand beach. We had a lengthy potter round the buildings and the site, admiring
carvings, iguanas and impeccably American American tourists, even taking a