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It felt exciting to get to Mexico, and not only for the food and Tequila, although they were big pulls. We were both looking forward to getting back to attempting to learn Spanish and see some of a new country and culture. We arrived in Cancun, and spent two nights in a hostel downtown. You hear stories about Mexico being a dangerous place, but of course Mexico is a vast country and we soon found out that the Yucatan Peninsula is the most relaxed and friendly place we have visited in ...
... white goods, motorcycles and car tyres..
Prices were all much the same as Perth which I always thought was an expensive place to shop.
This was not supposed to be a tourist mall, so the income here must be higher than I thought..
Then it was a 2k stagger in the heat to Market 28..
We stopped off in one of the ubiquitous OXXO mini marts to get some soft drink to try and replenish fluids..
Market 28 is ...
... we could go for a swim. After a number of cocktails we went exploring the resort. After having a drink at every bar we could find we headed for some lunch where we managed to sneak in a back door, skipping the queue and got stuck in to the buffet. After lunch we checked in to our room and got the hot tub going. While filling it I emptied the entire bubble mixture in to the tub thinking that it wasn't very bubbly....that turned out not to be the case later on. I also turned on the ...
... warm and sunny. Some random American, or Canadian, comes into the area and exclaims at me. 'Is this still part of the hotel?' I reply with a sarcastic 'no!' He looks around puzzled. Of course it is you idiot! I didn't say that. He explains that he's been walking around exploring the hotel and how he was out last night and remembers doing shots but not anything else of his night. But he's happy he has gotten home. I ask if he's still got his pants. He looks at me like ...
... a tarantula for $50, and a range of lizards and tortoises for different prices. There were no furry animals and no snakes (phew!). Also there are Mexican wrestling masks everywhere. Oh, and I saw a croc shop... Yes, they have a store that only sells croc footwear, I know that will make some people excited and others nauseous! And don't worry if you forgot your jandals, lots of them here too. So spending the night in hospital with pete tonight - he has his own room with bathroom and ...