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... really nice about it and sorted it right away. Billy spoke Spanish to the telephone man and the safe man and it was really cool listening to him have a real conversation to these Mexicans. I wish I could do that. He's been teaching me words today so I may know a bit of Spanish in time for my next holiday in September! At breakfast, I thought I was starving but I had about 5 mouthfuls before I felt full. We went to a breakfast buffet so it could have ...
... before we arrived involved American teens getting drunk during spring break and up market holiday resorts. So I was pleasantly surprised to find our own little corner of Cancun where neither of those things were present. Through 'air b n b' I'd booked three nights on one of the more unusual forms of accommodation we'd stayed in. I was more than a little excited to be staying on our own private yacht moored in a peaceful Marina. When we turned up at the boat dock we met ...
... in the country's north. We rose at 4:30 the next morning for the "sunrise" tour of Tikal, the ancient Mayan ruins nearby. In true local fashion we arrived a good half hour after sunrise, though thankfully the place was as full as the confidence of a touring English Ashes side. Barely a soul to be found. Tikal was discovered in 1948, and is thought to be over 2300 years old, far superceding Macchu Picchu. Naturally they are still in thr process of restoring the place, ...
... struggled to concentrate. Luckily our dive master 'Isaac' was one cool dude sucking on beers and ticking each chapter off and the other guy doing the course 'Tom the Pom' was pretty rad as well. We all passed stage 1 of the course and proceeded to get stuck into a few cold ones that night to alleviate any nerves for tomorrow's first real dives. The party hostel lived up to its reputation and we enjoyed hanging out with people of all ages from all around the ...
... think I already have. Cancun's nightlife appears to be compressed into about a square block. I thought there'd be more bars and restaurants than this. Maybe I'm just staying in the wrong area?
Dropped in to Casa Tequila to drown my disappointment with Mezcal, then had dinner at a Japanese place just behind it called Hanaichi. This is a traditional little Japanese diner with cloth hangings over the entrance, a sit down sushi bar with room for four, plus three tables ...