Posada Las Iguanas
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... saying.... Ohhh your eyes are turquoise! I never noticed before.. very nice! I was not sure if he was hitting on me or trying to make up for his previous rudeness. Either way it was very strange.
We rode along for about 40 minutes and finally arrived at our hotel. I noticed on the drive that they have signs about every 100 meters on the roads. Signs for different parks, cenotes, hotels and more. I've never seen so many signs before.
Our hotel got us ...
... us those boxes are making a global circuit, but we have been assured by UPS that we will have them in the new year (that might mean Jan. 1 or Dec. 31 2014). We have encountered some unanticipated issues with the Nolita apartment and building, but are giving the landlord a chance to rectify the wrongs. We do love Playa (as the locals call it, short and simple) and we are now known as Playeros???haha!!. ...
Today, I swam with dolphins. I've done sea lions and sea turtles before, but nothing quite as curious and fun to interact with as dolphins. They're the sea equivalent of sheep!
We did the Dolphinus - a company we work with - 45 minute tour which includes petting, kissing and hugging the dolphins, a foot push, dolphin jumps, and more. A great experience!
In the afternoon, we went to the neighboring park: ...
... to be back on the court, we played well, but in the end it was 3 + an invalid in me, against 10, but we played well :) Bring on training!
To end this blog I'll let you in on something my old man asked me yesterday, in all seriousness, over facebook... "are you ok and happy with life?" ..... ummmm..... so to all of you who may have been wondering the same thing (lol)... yes Dad, yes I am :) Lots of love to all x
No more than 2 hours sleep, we woke up - definitely still drunk - and got picked up for our trip to Xcaret. This ecological water park offered underwater caves and rivers, dolphins, manatees, jaguars, panthers, flamingoes - the list is endless. We crashed around lunchtime and had ...