Paraiso Del Pescador
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... They must each be so strong and
so flexible! I’m in awe of what they are able to make their bodies do! We had
hoped to see the Second City group again, but they were in a small theater and
it was packed to the gills so we gave it up. In between all that, we had to
pack and were happy that everything fit back in the suitcases along with the
souvenirs! Yes, you know we had ...
... noticed the ruins in the forest since they were completely covered with
vegetation. Archaeologists came and excavated and the government stepped in to
preserve the site. Now it is a lovely park and the ruins are all visible. It is
still surrounded by dense forest and it is easy to understand how it was able
to remain hidden all those years.
Our guide took us around the main areas and explained the
purpose of ...
... with the Warrens to play games until lunch, when all 6 of us met at the buffet for Mexican food. Bob went to a blackjack tournament after lunch. I actually went to watch him - he won! Then he continued to play and I came back to the room and laid in bed, half watching some stupid movie on TV.
There was a captain's party at 5:45 o the 15th floor. All 6 of us went there around 6 since we wanted to have ...
... with hot tortillas on a yummy tomatilla sauce. This was a great find and we must order again.
Costa Maya is located in the sleepy village of Mahahual. This village has the only cruise pier south of the state of Quintana Roo. If you are interested in the Mayan culture, Costa Maya has a vast amount of Mayan history to explore. Costa Maya offers everything from the beach lover to the history buff a variety of activities.
... we spent a couple hours there.nThensand was so white and the water was very pure. On the water was also awesome blow up water slides and everything it was so cool. After that was over the tour guide called us back to the boat . We travelled on the boat for a good 40 min. After the Catamaran was over we spent the rest of our time in Cozumel which was basically a ...