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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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... the shore, I thought, this is what I'm made for. Not the brown, mountainous landscape of South America and the high altitudes making it hard to breathe, but this. Warm weather, cool water, beautiful beaches on a tropical island. I floated around some more, totally oblivious to how sunburnt I was getting.
I headed out from the water, and went and hired a motorbike to cruise around the island. As its so small, I was done within the hour after checking out the coastline and ...
... wants a drink and wifi and I'm hungry. So naturally, we walk for ages arguing over where to go all with our bags on. More friction between me and Leesh. Finally we decide to part ways and Purto heads off to find wifi while we find a cheap feed before a cheap drink. Get a good quick taco and Leesh has a guacamole dip as its our last Mexican food. We finish up and head to a bar around the corner for a Dos XX and a margarita. We get the friction of our chests ...
... the Lotus Spa for our seaweed massages...the therapist smeared this gooey green stuff all over me, then wrapped me up like a burrito in some foil type stuff and left me soaking while she massaged my head--for about 20 minutes! Pure heaven!! Then I showered off the goo and she began doing a regular massage, for about 45 minutes. Again, pure bliss. This was followed up by a high pressure sales pitch to purchase all the products she had used on ...
... in a Banana's Foster and the answer was.. YES WE WERE!
Bryce and I have never actually tried that dessert before and we didn't really know what we had in store for us but it sounded good. So away he went cooking our dessert right in front of us. Cream, butter, sugar... all the best kinds of ingredients for a dessert. He added banana's and set it aflame. We chatted some more with our new English friends while ...
... I'm a bit nervous" and she says "Yeah, me too".
We arrive in Playa Del Carmen, and it's nice to be in a city / town for a change. Stores, shops, cars, not Resort Zombies (and Spaniards). It reminds me of Puerto Vallarta in 2008. We walk along 5th Avenue, which is the super touristy street. There is so much life all around us, we are soaking-in the joy. We have dinner at Casa De Adela, Sabrina has tacos, I have Mayan Chicken, which is wrapped in some kind of leaf ...