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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We had a typical late start today, Huesos and Luisa went to the bank and to grab a sandwich, The girls to the beach and we went to Magic Hands to get a good massage.
At Magic Hands they had a poster at the entrance that I loved it was a Buddha image with the saying "Tension is created by who you think you should be... Relaxation is who you are!"
After the massage ...
... of Quintana Roo. Tulum was one of the last cities inhabited and built by the Mayas; it was at its height between the 13th and 15th centuries and managed to survive about 70 years after the Spanish began occupying Mexico. Old World diseases brought by the Spanish settlers appear to have been the cause of its demise. One ...
So it was finally over, goodbye to the land of extra tax, bizarre tipping and vile chocolate! We caught the bus to the airport in Miami our cheapest airport transport so far at $2.65 :) A very short flight to cancun only 1 3/4 hrs we flew out over the Florida keys and came in over the Gulf of Mexico to see the beaches of cancun and the jungle surrounding it. We both got through the customs with a green light and as we got outside our greeter was waiting ...
Nadia, Barbara and I had a farewell breakfast at Calle Ocho. I didn't want to spend a lot because I have so few pesos left so only got an omelette, but the waiter was so friendly, he ended up giving me free toast and cake and juice. I think he was just bored, and it's so quiet because it's not high season. I definitely think going in the low season is the best plan! It's already ...
... flavour. So, good to try but I won't be busting a boiler for that one again. Stick to what you know Mitch, stick to what you know. LOL. So for once pete has had a nicer lunch than me - steak, potato, salad and melon juice. His first real meat since we left home! And a little about the shopkeeping here. The cafe reminds me of Sri Lanka in many ways. It's a small place and often I am the only one in it but there are at least six staff 'working' there. One always ...