Hotel Tucan Siho Playa
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- Non-smoking rooms
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... walking around with rifles. Cops sitting in the back of jeep style cars. It's so foreign to see people sitting in the open air in the backs of trucks on the road. Now four hours in, listening to horrowshow and reflecting. It's a cool thing about travelling how you can just let your mind take you where ever it wants to go, and u don't have to snap out of it for any reason. So many random memories are popping into my head. The day ...
This morning consisted largely of travel with a couple of pit stops until our noon arrival at Bahia de Tortugas (Bay of Tortoises). We didn't see any tortoises but as this bus load of Aussies and Kiwis (and one Canadian) had not seen the beach for a while, the area could have been overrun with them and we wouldn't have cared. It was bloody hot (37.5C) so we splashed about in the Gulf of Mexico for a couple of hours. Fantastic! Like good tourists we were all back on the bus by ...
We got up early(ish) today in preparation for our tour of Edzná. We nipped out for breakfast at the same place we went to yesterday (the only place we could find that was open) and came back to meet our guide, Daniel, at our hotel. Daniel is a very nice, very enthusiastic young tour guide who speaks pretty decent english.
We had a bit of drama getting ready as James had left his damp trainers in a sealed plastic bag at the bottom of his suitcase for ...
We had a pretty slow start to the day and ambled out for breakfast mid-morning. We wandered around for bit looking at all the cute little multi-coloured streets before finding a little resturante/art gallery called something like Luz de Luna. It was still just about cool enough to sit outside and I had a really good banana milkshake and some weird chicken crepes. I think james had some kind of eggs, probably with beans and tortillas. ...
We had breakfast at little cafe and we served by a nice man called Gutty. It wasn't particularly special, but it was nice. James had huevos motuleņos and I had huevos con tocino (eggs with bacon), plus lots of coffee. We then went back to the hotel and packed up. I had a massive laughing fit that slowed the process considerably. We then checked out of the cute pink hotel and James had an awkward 10 minute 'no hablo espanol' ...