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... style="font-family: UICTFontTextStyleBody; font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">The Mexican people are mostly of mixed race and are very friendly and helpful, to be able to speak a little spanish is very helpful, as english is not spoken, if you find someone who spoke english it would be very sparse and difficult to communicate.
... to unite:
- Sunrise, midday and sunset
- Land, sea and sky
- Religion, politics and trade
- The Maya and the Spanish
... you pay! Had some drinks with the other people and played some beer pong myself and Chelsea won which was awesome :) Headed out to a nightclub which cost us $100 PESO ($8!!!) for all you can drink, table service and everything :) it was a fabulous night lots of tequila maybe too much but was good times!! First full day in Cancun and we headed to the hotel district and sat on a beach, blue water the waves where crazy big but went swimming none the less! The beach was stunning ...
... climb and from the top all you can see is jungle up to the horizon in all directions! We like jungle.
Upon exit of the beautiful Coba ruins right outside the carpark our first dilemma was about to happen when Matt locked the car keys in the boot, with all our phones, wallets and everything inside... After a couple of minutes freaking out thinking we're gonna sleep in the jungle we managed to speak to the taxi driver who was parked next to us ...
... amount to stick on a debit. Cutting a long boring story short, faffed around a lot and eventually got a car, which on collection had very minimal petrol.
Missed the turn off to Krispy Kreme (oh yeh and petrol), so ended up straight on the main highway where casually presumed there would be a station. Well I was dearly mistaken!
I was as laid back as usual until we had numerous low on petrol bleeps and reached a sign where it said gas was another 94km ...