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... would be a marker on our line. It's hard to have an argument underwater blindfolded, so we just hung on there like idiots touching each other till the blindfolds came off and R joyfully gave us the hand signal telling his we had "died". R had craftily removed that marker to teach us a lesson on navigation. Remember how you came in, don't trust pieces of plastic. Harsh lesson but one I'll remember. Days 4 and 5 involved more cave dives and more lessons were hammered in. ...
... reservation and go to eat to any of the restaurants located inside the other two resorts. In case you don´t want to get out of you room you can dial a magic number “6500” and ask them to deliver some food to your room. In PYP the room service is available 24 hours a day and it´s free, whereas you can order any kind of food they have listed on their menu. Finally we would like to mention a humble buffet on the beach available for most of the day.
... relaxing under the cabanas.
Crazy wind and waves at the beach.
Dinner at the Mediterranean Restaurant--Delicious!! A seafood buffet of appetizers followed by each of us with a different entrée: 'Basa', Paella, Steak and Chicken.
Night show with dancers/acrobats.
Funniest moments of the day.....
-Coming out of the pool at 4 pm finding Megan relaxed in one of the poolside cabana ...
... take our time and make some stops along the way. I'll do some more research, but I'm sure there are plenty of things making it worth not taking the train back in one take, but spending a night here and there.
At work, high season seems to be over. From one day to another, we went from a workload we could barely handle to even having time for a full hour lunch break - and the weather, which has been a bit rainy the past few weeks, is finally clearing up, ...
... to arrive. I took a short bus ride to cancun airport, and a shuttle onto terminal 2. There were more sniffer dogs to sniff every passenger getting on the plane. The flight from cancun to San Salvador was short and sweet with TV's, food and drink. A very weird occurrence for a hour and a half flight! Too used to easy jet I guess! Then a short wait for my flight to Lima. ...