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- High-speed internet in room
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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As we've been wandering the planet, we've ended up in places that have sent our friends scrambling for their atlas (or in the case of Bonnie D, places that all just ended up in her broad category of "why the heck would anyone want to go there??"). The atlas' were definitely not required when we announced plans to head to the Mexican Rivera for some …
... or cookie. It's galleta. It's both and neither. And the selection is staggering. Rows and rows of cracker like, sugared wafers. Cookies that have salt. Graham cracker like things with dimples that taste like a triscuit. It's dizzying. And then there is the milk aisle and the yoghurt area. Who knew that cows could be so prolific. Seriously. The country seems to be run on milk and cookies.
The second day in Playa del Carmen started with a little bit of rain. Anyhow we decided to move and get around a little bit to find a nice place for breakfast. We stopped at a restaurant La Senada with 100% vegan food. They served really delicious food; an aztek cake what was a cake built with three layers of tortilla filled with different kind of veggies, topped with a green tomato salsa. It was served with a green salad, mayan herbs and frijoles. Very good!
it was not a day ...
... that an easy day was in order. Wanting to discover where the end of 5th Avenue, the Mecca shopping strip ended, saw us spend half the day just wandering. That and relaxing on our balcony with a bottle of bubbles had us exhausted and in need of a nap before heading out for a delicious dinner at Sur. Carolyn insisted on her steak being very very well done and when the waiter realised that she actually wasn't joking asked if they could butterfly It so ...
... swell and number of inexperienced snorkelers thrashing around in the water, the visibility was really poor. She did however stumble across one big turtle without much warning.
David went diving from a little boat just 5 minutes off the beach but due to the swell however it was a slow and bumpy 10 minutes before we rolled into the water. It was not long into the dive that we were greeted by the ...