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Today was a really chilled day. We were in the pool for 8 hours so basically all day. We played volleyball, drank smoothies, went down the waterslide and just swam. We order room service for brekkie. I had a strawberry yogurt, some toast and some fruit. Everyone else had a meal.. Larni had French toast, Mum had pancakes and Dad had a really disgusting omelette. ...
I got up this morning - yes I was first up again - and started drooling thinking of our much anticipated trip to Va Q' Va Restaurant. Vic & I walked to the chedraui to pick up some supplies and souvenirs. We managed the 2 km walk there in the blistering heat and humidity but took the bus back. It costs 10.50 pesos or about $1.00 Cdn. They come very frequently and are clean and fast. Toronto could learn a few things from them. The walk took us through the golf course ...
... We had a great time, the weather was mid 80's, water was warm and everyone was having a great time around you. How could you not.
Our daughter was a beautiful bride, we are so happy to have a new son and our grandson....he was one handsome dude in his suit.
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Rusty and ...
... and then the brief 5km ride into Chetumal in Mexico. We eventually saw the Belizean flag on the border and the exit procedure was brief. We exchanged our last Belizean money for a bottle of water before the bus crossed the Hondo River into Mexico.
The Mexican side of the border made us feel like we were entering a first world country after a couple of weeks in the third world. However, we still had a massive queue in front of us with only one official ...
... checking into a hostel in downtown we headed out for lunch, visited the markets and shopping centre, and finished with dinner and a few beers whilst listening (and dancing) to music on our hostel rooftop overlooking downtown - a nice way to end the evening.
Our last day in Mexico, which also was our last day in Latin America and our last day speaking Spanish, began with a great breakfast at our recently discovered favourite spot, 100% Natural. We then caught a bus to ...