Viva Wyndham Maya
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... Cancun customs. It was like being back at home, but going through a local boarder crossing like Mozambique or Zimbabwe. It was one clomp F.....g mess. We moved through the heat at snails pace, we were stamped through, collected our bags (had a guy standing with them as they were the last ones off the belt). Another queue. Goods to declare. We were through, well I was. My light went green. Kev's light went red. He had to go over to get his bag searched. Passed. ADO bus terminal here we ...
... such a silly grin - we are all so happy to be here!
Dinner tonight is at Maroma - along with a hotel inspection.
A beautiful table has been set up on the beach for us and we are spoilt by mexican wines, divine food and such kind hospitality.
Until it starts to rain. Again.
We all run for it!
Wine in left hand. Shoes in right hand. Camera over shoulder.
I trip over my skirt - stub my toe, land on my right knee, left elbow. Wine glass breaks ...
... really nice, we have a good air con which we are glad about especially because the weather has picked up. The main tourist area is a street known as 5th avenue which is full of restaurants, shops and ice-cream parlours! Just off 5th avenue is the beach where we have spent most of our time! We found a really nice restaurant on the beach that we have been back ...
... Stuie he proudly encouraged me into the water & helped me to come peace with the idea of jumping into a sea full of sharks. Hahah I couldn't believe it, I was in swimming around about 30 odd sharks in the tropical oceans of Belize, another moment I could only feel sheer disbelief. Carlos jumped in and joined us for this one and before we knew it Carlos was down on the ocean floor picking up a sting ray and placing it over his arms. Again I was like, "oh my god are ...
Walking and stopping at little cafe and shops just wandering around San Miguel taking pictures of Thomas the train against what we thought were intersecting backdrops-the locals call the walls and doors (en espanol Es verdad).
Anyways, we got some beer, and some nachos and continued our quest for authentic sacred hearts ( my quest only). We found ...