Posada el Moro
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Last night we were invited to a pioneer couple's for dinner. They live in the north of the city which is a notoriously rough area. To be honest though, what they call rough here never makes me feel threatened. Unlike home there aren't any groups of hoodies huddled together waiting to rob/stab you. Unless you are involved in drugs, you tend to be left alone. Another pioneer couple came to pick us which saved having to explain to the taxi driver where ...
While I was sad to say goodbye to the beauty, the Charlottes, the turquoise water, my spirit animal guides, the wheelchair apparition, the Mayakoba lotion, Tulum (ahh Tulum), pringles, road trip soundtracks and the fabulous people I shared this trip with, I had wrecked my body with alcohol and Mexican water and I was ready to recover. But what a trip it was! What was once ...
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The Cinema is just not what it used to be like, 2 terrible films seen in a row- Spring Break (don't ask why,) and The Last Exorcism 2. Absolutely dreadful the both of them. That was saved though after seeing Fast & Furious 6, which the Mexicans loved, and continuously clapped and cheered throughout the film, then applauded the screen at the end... hahaha.
Last night we went to the Lion ...
... now! Sadly I'm going to miss the Sunday Superbowl madness, but I live for basketball these days... who would've thought it, the benchwarmer from Chiltern Pumas!
Random thing, every ATM in Mexico has at least 10 people queueing up to use it at all times of the day, it is just the weirdest thing.
One more week, and my next blog will see the arrival of my better half, my twin and my amazing parents :)
Until next time, lots of love, Kim ...
And so the backpacking part of our journey begins!! From our experiences so far Mexico really is a beautiful part of the world. Stunning beaches and really friendly people. A lovely culture to experience. Our Spanish is still limited, but muddling through with hand gestures (mostly polite ones!) and the odd Spanish word thrown in. Watching Manuel in Fawlty Towers hasn't helped us yet!! CANCUN: We flew into Cancun and started the trip with a bit of a blunder. Guy managed to give a ...