Hotel Reef Yucatan - All Inclusive & Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids pool
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... love it. It's a different life than what we're used to......very quiet (except for barking dogs everywhere) and slow moving.
We had planned on taking the bus back as it would be dark but we were so stuffed decided we better walk it off.
Tried another skype call to brother Jim and Dad but no go. Not sure if it's bad internet here but it just doesn't ...
... t find, were the dogs. Where we are and in downtown Progreso, you can't turn without seeing dogs, or a dog, or hearing them. When you look down a side street you usually see 3 or 4 of them wandering, or laying on the road napping, or eating a bag of garbage. They are street dogs and most a sad sight. It's surprising that we haven't seen any hit by cars or laying in a ditch. Somehow they survive. In ...
... back for more baking, reading, chatting. It's a tough day so far.
By 2 or 3 we're sufficiently cooked and head to the comfort of the air conditioned room and then have another decision to make..............do we take something out for dinner? or go to town and eat out. This can be a lengthy discussion to make a decision as well. Todays decision was a quick one of going to town. David got some kind of bites on his side last Friday ...
... in the condo around 9:30..............once again exhausted. The boys went to the local tienda for beer and snacks and we relaxed on the balcony enjoying beer in the warm evening. One of the treats brought back was Horchata, a rice pudding drink concentrate. It was tasty but really just made me want to eat rice pudding!! After a few laughs and beverages we "fell" into bed. Good thing they weren't too far ...
... with 2 big walls running parallel down each side and 2 small buildings on each end, this was a field used for ball sports, the guide said they would use a small rubber ball and bounce it off their bodies and try to get it through a hoop on each side of the big wall, similar to basketball but the hoops on it side, the buildings at each end were for important people of power to watch. In the stone carvings on the wall and also in the maya bible it showed a man ...