Barcelo Maya Beach
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Buffet was marginal.
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... a bus that goes to my resort and try to bribe the driver with $20 but... that's so not something I would enjoy doing so I rather pay more and be safe.
After writing a letter for Kalsen (in case something happens to me during my trip), I leave the house, cross the street to the bus stop, while mentally doing my check one last time. Passport? Check. Tickets? Check. Money? OH ****! I forgot my money in my winter coat! AYE CARAMBA! Rush back in the house (with 2 minutes to ...
... and smoothies which were delicious Had a healthy wrap too, the lady that ran the bar was lovely and made us really welcome, stayed there. Couple of hours We then moved towards the transition to watch the first runners then just moved about a bit Ferry crossing home was better than the morning. But we had to wait an hour for the next ferry cos we didn't check the times ...
... of 9 years old. Golden.
There was just enough time for a dip in the ocean to wash off all the sand before we had to go back out to the archery field for our last competition, but apparently this thought also occurred to a whole bunch of new people, including one very disgruntled little boy. He was probably 10 or so, but being told he couldn't shoot due to his age made his attitude turn very "terrible two"-ish. In the end, both Nate and ...
Headed off to Tulum with a hangover this morning. Things going relatively ok until the bus dropped us off at the wrong stop in Tulum. Unfortunately we didn't realise it was the wrong stop until about 20 minutes had passed on our midday march to the hostel and ...
... haul of our Latin American journey - assuming you ignore the pending 30 hour journey back to SA. This final journey was rather eventful - we met an Aussie fella who was studying to become a doc, which was interesting (I would need to be in some dire medical situation to allow an Aussie to treat me) and we ate some delicious Oreos. It's weird what you find enjoyable when you are this deep into a journey. For instance, I enjoy the feeling of safely tucking my bus ...