Hotel Quinto Sol
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... got stared and we had a nice time. Not so much the day after, though, as I threw all the food back up. Of course there was some drinking, but I stuck to some beers and what I'm feeling now as I'm writing this in the evening is no hangover. For the rest of the day I felt perfectly fine as long as I didn't eat anything. After the dinner, we did continue to the bar street though. First to some hidden bar which us tourists ...
... back to their rooms. Kyle stayed down at the beach until 11:45 and then went up to the lobby bar. We basically hung around the lobby bar, some were playing cards, others reading, drinking, etc, until the bus came to pick them up. Jodi asked me what we were planning to do this week, if we had any excursions planned. I said no excursions, just relax and lay on the beach, and read. If we do any excursions, it ...
The Mayan site at Tulum is next to the sea and was said to be the only Mayan port, but with Mayan ruins at Cancun I find that hard to believe. Unusually the site is walled, as was Caracol where the wall had collapsed and been taken over as a vegetated mound. The royal personages lived within the walls with the peasants living outside, there is no sign of a Middle Class, as there was in Caracol.
The site was said to have had its heyday in 13th Century and comprises ...
... I was in!
Lunchtime soon came. Where to go? All the places by the beach were probably a rip off. We noticed a little cart on the street on the way there that wasn't far. Sometimes it's hart to know whether to trust these places. However, it was busy and lots of locals including the local police were eating food from there. That was good enough for us.
They told little tortillas with a variety of ...
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