Luna Azul Condominiums
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... and its has a rough edge all the way round. the way a stingray moves looks really weird the flappy sides of them move like waves it doesn't sound weird but it looks weird.when i swim over a school of fish they just swim away and when i follow them they go the other way but if you just float without swimming they just stay there and they don't go away.well that is all for now
James and ...
... buy an embroidered pouch and a necklace, neither of which I need but we are all so touched by their hospitality.
Who knows... maybe after we left they went around the corner to their real house with their xboxes and iPods? Hah! No this was real. Barefoot to a man - we couldn't walk without tripping on tree roots - they ran blithely over with no care about a stubbed toe. It was the best part of the day!! Awesome people:-)
After a buffet lunch at Coba, ...
The next four days were spent in much the same way as the first two but on a much tighter budget. Gone were the endless cocktails (Ben rationed me to one per day) and the luxury of a meal to oneself (I needed to go on a diet anyway) however we gladly did so to to be able to extend our stay for a few more days! After a week of sea, sun and relaxation we felt sufficiently refreshed to tackle the next part of our journey...South America!
... suite with its own air conditioning and its own bathroom with sink, toilet, and shower. There are two bedrooms with a king size bed including the master suite on the top floor, one bedroom with a queen bed, and two bedrooms with two double beds each. This format makes for a great rental design.The ground floor features a large living area and a wrap-around veranda that opens to the path leading directly to the lagoon. Just walk down to the end, ...
... was the issue of how to get from Flores into Mexico. Looking at the map, the best way seemed to be to go off to Palenque in Chiapas state, before making our way eastwards to Cancún. However, distances here are incredibly long too, and while Palenque seems like somewhere worth visiting, an expensive and long journey there and yet another one off towards Quintana Roo and Yucatán did not really suit us. Fortunately, there's a way of cutting the corner formed by the ...