Royal Hideaway Playacar
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... luggage into so that I have somewhere to change before my flight. Its a 2 minute walk from the pool and is a Massive 2 bedroom villa - It just makes me want to stay even longer. I've forgotten to leave out shoes so slightly ruin Nathan's incredible packing skills to rummage through the suitcase to find my sketchers. Stuff is still everywhere and i'm running out time. I still need to settle the bill and get the bandages ...
... these Mayakoba properties are in the dark - so well lit and beautiful.
Dinner at the Banyon Tree is at a long table at their signature Thai restaurant at which we are treated to some of the most amazing Thai food i've ever had. Its nothing short of exceptional.
Following dinner we have our last site inspection - at 11pm. Delirious is an understatement. We've all got the giggles and its a bit unfair of us - but we are done!
... boat. We came to a spot in the middle of the ocean where we couldn't see land and that's where atleast 30 other boats. It was rough seas and we had 3 people vomiting overboard from seasickness! The whale sharks had disappeared so they took us an hour away to another spot where there were over 10 whale sharks coming up from the ocean to feed on krill. We jumped into the water in twos and ...
... out, but we weren't complaining. We said goodnight to Hanneke & Huib and as we made plans to see them the following day Stuie turns to Huib and says " if you guys come by our place to find us, just call out "breaker breaker 'Kirst kiiirst' rum to coco come in" and then we'll know it's you. The 'panty ripper' drinks had definitely done their job as we all erupted in laughter at the idea of this walked talkie hilarity. After a huge day of travel and a couple of drinks ...
... was set for around 15 people, but there was no one else there. Of course, everyone is on Mexican time, meaning that 45 minutes later everyone else started to drop in, much to the relief of the birthday boy. It's strange that a culture can care so little about punctuality yet people of course still worry if others are not on time. To me, and most Europeans I guess, it's nice to let others know if you're late. Anyway, ...