The Westin Lagunamar Ocean Resort Villas & Spa
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Okay, time to get a lay of the land. Our hotel was awesome, of course, but we needed to get out and experience our surroundings. All of the hotels and resorts and shops and tourist traps were a bit much for us. Being on the main strip was stifling, so we needed to get out of the immediate area.
Our friendly concierge suggested a bus ride …
After arriving at the airport and going through customs, we were met with dozens of locals converging upon us with offers to drive us to our hotel. We were warned about this, so we basically ignored them and made our way to the shuttle area to await our ride to the Westin. We watched other eager travelers board their shuttles, before ours arrived …
... Kieran worked his magic and devised a plan – he proposed that if the hurricane did hit and there was to be no ocean diving then would take us to a local cenote as the wind and rain would not affect us. We were sold. Having been to a cenote on a previous visit we were very excited at learning in what is simply a sinkhole. Basically it’s when the ceiling of an underlying cave fell in creating a pool, linked ...
... late we are running or how much something cost. Usually I'm being overly suspicious. Sometimes I'm right.
We absolutely breezed through Miami airport. We even got into the lounge, where we weren't supposed to be, after throwing a minor tantrum (I still think those rules are stupid. One country further south and there would have been no problem). While on the plane, it occured to us we had gone through no form of passport control and we still had our exit cards, ...
... with the travel agency so i went across the street to have authentic tacos, 7 peso a piece. we then took the bus to Chichen itza and had an hour guided tour and another 1.5hr of exploration time. it was really cool to see the pyramids. unfortunately we couldn't climb the pyramids because a tourist fell off 2 years ago. there were tons of people selling handicrafts. it was so hot out there we had to go sit in the shade. we had a snack and then took the bus to a cenote ...