Posada el Moro
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We had a lovely stay here and the only thing negative was that they aren't great at communicating before you come... but hang in there, it's worth the effort.
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... the time, and in the morning there are kitesurfers sweeping backwards and forwards along the water, sometimes doing somersaults on the turns. We continued along the beach to town, passing boats offering snorkelling trips and the old lighthouse which still stands, despite being tilted by Hurricane Beulah in 1967.
We watched pelicans grooming ...
... a lobster feed and drink session with some Melbourne boys I met that afternoon.
Mexico has also been a long-awaited destination for me. I was now here, meeting back up with the family on Cozumel, a small but built-up island off Playa del Carmen. We spent the next four nights here, experiencing a different level of luxury than ever before at our five-star private condo.
Jake took the opportunity to get certified as an Open Water Diver while Mum, Dad and I relaxed ...
... jamaica water, Tote came with me and spoke to them asking if I could have a picture with them, how embarrassing, but deep down, I secretly wanted it... Thanks Tote :D My friends know how red faced/nervous/awkward I can be, and my face was shining bright and my heart was pounding. Check back later/facebook for the picture!
Other events include another trip from Floyd back to Cancun :D We all hit our favourite friday night ...
... area.... Tulum, Coba and Chitchen Itza. More detail to follow, but in a nutshell, we liked the tour of Tulum and Coba more, even though the Chitchen Itza site was fascinating. For Chitchen Itza we had a huge tour bus; they told us we were stopping at a mayan colonial village but in reality it was a strip-mall/tourist trap, and our bus was so big there was no personal interaction between the tour guides and passengers. Our trip to Telum and Coba had 6 passengers and we had a chance ...
... I finally had to throw them away, but worry not I now have a new pair ready to start a new adventure with!! Ok now back to the trip……..
The trip has begun well, starting with a free breakfast in the BA lounge and then an upgrade on our flight to Traveller Plus (thank you Mum!)! We have already booked a hotel for our first two nights in Cancun and decided to spoil ourselves with some 5 star luxury before ...