Barcelo Maya Beach
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Buffet was marginal.
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... agreed to enliven us with their company the next day.
After a very fine breakfast we set off for Chichen Itza. How do you describe the Pyramids/Machu Pichu etc. in one sentence? I wouldn't know, because I've never been there - but it was jolly interesting! Lots of ruins, and stuff. I took about two million photos - one or two weren't bad. Much as I would like to sit you down for an hour's slide-show, I only have so much ether, so you ...
... went to the local mall, which is pretty much just a bunch of souvenir shops, I picked up some medication from the doctor's office there. Then went for a swim in the pool (I have to keep my ear dry, so I don't swim in the sea for now), and then for a walk around the beach. There is a wedding or two on the beach nearly every day, I hope the wind does not ruin the experience for ...
Day 2 - evening
After deliberating for a few minutes on which of the eight choices that I had of "A la carte restaurants" to eat at this evening, the Mexican restaurant came out a winner by a long shot!
After all, we're in Mexico! So we ate at “La Adelita” Restaurant! Food was excellent as well as the drinks! Hola!
Back at the hotel room, Sabrina is still in. She's not into pools or beaches or swimming or tanning. I convince her to go for lunch and some drinks - although I'm the only one drinking. We walk across the resort to the other complex (the resort is kind of divided in two big complexes, which are then sub-divided into 2). I don't know if it's due to the lack of spanish douches but the other complex seems to have nicer people. After three Sea Breezes (and ...
... southeasterly, that got to me. We could have taken a bus, but it didn’t feel right to start our tour by cheating. Besides, one of Dan’s favourite things about cycling is the freedom to just go without having to wait around hot and crowded bus stations. He relished our progress, slow and arduous as it was against the wind.
I was also suffering from FOMO (Fear of Missing Out). I found it a bit crazy-making going down a coast road like this ...