Riu Sparreise Playa Del Carmen
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... and even though seems like an ordeal at times, has been a fulfilling experience reminiscing on our travels, having something to look back on and most importantly, sharing some of our travel experiences with our family, friends and whoever else wishes to ‘endure’ reading these blogs back home. Tam will write our final blog on Vancouver, and wrap up what has been an once-in-a-lifetime trip shared with an once-in-a-lifetime woman.
... Following on with a few bubbles and a "ploughmans" dinner, we planned an action packed day for Tuesday zip lining, canoeing, swimming in an above ground cenote and exploring a below ground cenote with our guide Ricky, who also assumed the role of chief photographer. A great kid with minimal English and a good sense of humour, he decided that while we were in the underground cenote that he would do a Mayan ...
... with another man and they had left a bag of white powder in a zip lock - ahh Mexico. Drugs are pretty common here, you get offered 'Mexican blow' and weed by many locals, we have also been offered Mexican boyfriends a lot haha
Next bar we went to was called Blue Parrot, had chats and drinks then watched a fire dancing show in the club and finished up the night with a dip in the ocean. Pretty good night!
The next morning we woke up and caught the collectivo ...
... going to Tulum for a couple of days, so we went to sit in Starbucks so the boys could look for hotels and see the latest weather forecast. I was excited to see Zara around the corner from Starbucks and wasted little time drinking my soya cappuccino. I have to say the shop in Playa del Carmen is the best I have ever been in. It was huge and the whole ground floor was ladies wear and the first was half mens and half children's. It wasn't busy ...
... all around America, Mexico, and Cuba for 5 months. Her one disappointment about her travels in America was that she had missed out on playing beer pong; I immediately took action. We went to the supermarket and gathered the necessary supplies, and began our mini tournament. Of course, she was new to the idea of having to chug a beer, so I won the game. She was lucky enough to get two bounce shots in a row, for you baby boomers that means that I had to chug four beers. No problem, ...
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