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... again in disbelief i had 2 sexy women on my chest. While I was in the water a man who takes people for tours out to the island just out off the reef came up and offered his tour which we were going to take a bit later if he came back but he never returned. We ended up having a fair few drinks and decided that we would just walk down the strip to the McDonald for dinner. After dinner we returned to our hotel to pack up and get ready for our long journey to Oaxaca ...
... in the bus, and when I woke up nobody's in the bus anymore and the driver is about to park. Had to take another return bus. When I got to Boca del Rio, it was so hot, I just quickly walked in the main square without going any further and just took the next bus back to town. The bus dropped me off a fair bit away from the center. Helpful locals pointed me to the right bus, whose driver then kindly dropped me ...
... and tourist season, but there was a large portion fenced off and a stage was set up for some feminist rally or protest or who knows. A women's rights thing. I fenced off a LOT of walking ground, and there was literally no one there watching, though I think they were only rehearsing??
We stopped to watch a group perform some dances to the beat of drums and it had a similar vibe as some Aboriginal dances back home from Saskatchewan. There was this guy ...
... and grandparents in one home. I am staying with Manuel's aunt and uncle (his mom's brother) nearby. My host family have three daughters. One is married and does not live here. The other two do live here. They are in their late twenties but will continue to live here until they get married as is the Mexican tradition. When I say "we all got together" or mention the "family" I mean everyone that I just talked about.
So, to continue. We brought over some ...
... As it happens the next day dawned clear & bright, so I was finally able to go to the Salto at Eyipantla, which today had pretty good water flow - the 242 step ascent wasn't too bad, so I must be geting fitter! These are the falls that feature in the Mel Gibson film of the Mexican conquest, (which I still want to see, more for Mel in a loin cloth than Mexican history!), called Apocolypto.
Back in town, headed out to the Balneario (swimming pool), the big attraction being ...
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