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... could feel how touristy the town was, with the avenue lined with super tacky tourist shops, bars, restaurants, hotels, and street vendors trying to sell us everything from tours and souvenirs to cigars and photos with a spider monkey. We knew this was a street we would try to avoid.
Our plan for our week in Mexico was to rejuvenate our tiring bodies with as much time on the beach as possible, and that's how it started. Our first morning was spent swimming in ...
... busing all the way back to Puerto Juarez.
Then to my surprise Rio turned up as he also had done the same thing as me but on a later bus. Chances of this happening ie us meeting are slim.
Then at 11.30 am were informed that the ferry would be leaving from ...
... to be the
last one to the airport, so at departures I was greeted by the slightly drawn
faces of my fellow backpackers. Goodbyes were somewhat teary (for some more
than others) but don't worry people; the narrative voice of this account will
be like I'm in the room with you. First leg of our journey was a painless
flight to Paris, and then after a very quick and easy stop over at Charles de
Gualle we hopped on the plane to Cancun and were ...
... He shows a promising career as my side-kick videographer!
Lynn shot both video and stills and I have not yet seen what she has on her memory cards.
The only way they could get me out of the water was to promise I could get right back in after a short rest/food break. Lunch was great, sandwiches, water or juice and fresh fruit.
Enough of this resting, back into the water for more attempts to get some decent shots. ...
... sure I was awake as well to enjoy the sunrise. Alas the sunrise did not rise on our side of the resort, however we were first to breakfast and got a great ocean side table. Again, first to the beach to get the best positioned beach chairs as well - so an early rise wasn't the worst idea. This day seemed to go on, and on, and on. After lunch we finally braved the pool bar again, and I wish I could say we learnt our lesson but after several pina coladas and quite a ...