Mosquito Blue Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Over our days here, we enjoyed walking up and down the very touristic 5th Avenue, looking at all the shops, eating in a couple restaurants, and taking in the tourist scene of Playa del Carmen. It was interesting to see a Chabad house and lots of Hebrew writing on restaurant menus. We've noticed throughout our trip that Israelis travel everywhere. It wasn't as surprising to see them in Europe because it's so close to Israel, but we were ...
... is very green and very nice. We saw, what I thought to be a capybara outside our balcony, it is a type of short far Mexican deer (a very nice Scottish lady informed me, politely, that Capybara are intact indigenous to Australia... ) there are bearded dragons everywhere and these weird little creatures that look a little like a fox and a bear but cat sized and a friendly raccoon which I am very excited about ...
... turbulent landing.
Arriving early felt good when the pilot announced this but our Mexico time on the ground didn't get any longer as we had to sit on the runway for 20 minutes waiting for a gate to be available to pull up to! We could feel the heat outside in the plane--sunny and 29 degrees.
:)Oh well--it gave me this time to write a blurb! It'll get posted when I find ...
... containing small bottles of tequila and said we can't send them, apparently anything with glass is not allowed, which we had a few objects, not only the gifts I mentioned but a beer bottle with a photo of Bobbie and I on the label from the 4 wheeler jungle tour. He then begun to speak very fast in Spanish and we had no idea what he was saying, luckily a man next to us translated for us and said we need to get a cardboard box and tape to package all the things. ...
... truth about the religious acts of the Mayan people. Not only did adults offer themselves but so did they offer their children, like an ‘Indian Jones’ story the adults would dress the children in heavy jade, lead them to a plinth at the edge of the deep Cenote with high walls and no escape then push them over the edge. Can you ever imagine such a religious act, I’m not sure how over time religion has been lead away from human sacrifice but boy am I glad it did! ...