Hotel Maya Luna
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... the country. In its inner lagoon emerge mangrove covered keys that provide refuge to a large variety of flora and fauna. You will be able to swim around them and admire from fish and turtles, to dolphins and sharks, among the remains of shipwrecks from all time periods.
... up all around by the tide, and I ended up with a handful of them.
Well we've had a busy day, starting with breakfast, a bit of sun on the beach, a dip in the seriously warm sea and lunch.
Then a siesta listening to the thunder rolling round and a few drops of rain. Talking siestas, most people in Yucatan still sleep in a hammock. Mayan houses ...
... plan in the works !! We had a delicious mexican lunch sooooooo good! chilli relleno hmmm hmmmm. We took the kayaks out for a snorkel with the intention of heading towards a dive shop 2km down but part way down we got caught in a rain storm! It was hilarious! The rain was coming down so fiercely that it felt like pins and needles! The rain was warm and it made for a good laugh ;) We came back to an unexpected Epic nap. ...
... was somewhere between the two.
A 50km long gunbarrel straight road splitting the sparse mangrove wetlands took us east to eventually arrive at the Carribean coast. There was a forlorn collection of besa-block buildings back from the beach and a pleasant promonade along the beachfront with restaurant-bars having their beach chairs and thatched shade ...
... covered beach shelter) and the rest was up to us. They had amazing tropical drinks; anything we could think of. Several drinks made with coconuts they harvested right there on the beach. Lunch was freshly grilled fajitas, and they had probably the best guacamole I've ever tasted. There were glass-bottomed canoes and all kinds of floats and such for us to go out into the water. The water was only a ...