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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... on the road for. When we told him 8 months he laughed, said he knew we were travellers and not tourists . He was from Austria and was also a backpacker who had run out of money and stopped off at Playa for some work. He was stoked to just have a chat with some like minded travellers who weren't just in Mexico for a week or two. I guess either Harry's beard or our well worn, slightly dirty clothes must have stood out! But ...
... to ease the passage from one to anothder. There were also taxi bikes - one local guy pedalling and one or two passengers in a strange cage affair in front. Seemed OK when the two passengers looked a bit ancient and wobbly, but on several occassions the passenger was a strapping and evidently lazy young man on his own! It's mostly a no-climbing site until you get to the main pyramid, the tallest in the Yucatan at 42 metres up which Peter ...
... by Tony. Immy with her student, Joe, Lionel and us were on the boat and first we went to Santa Rosa Shallows and after that to a dive site called Cardona. This dive site is hardly visited. It had a huge impact of the storm Wilma a few years ago so, but it is quite nice. we started the second dive in the gras part in hope to see seahorses and ended it very shallow after the small reef. The reef it self was small but had huge corals and ...
... away from us and so we have only a short amount of time before we have pre-dinner cocktails and a site inspection at Rosewood. We're all feeling weary and its been a long day and i'm feeling a little frustrated at my injuries which are really really sore now. Even though i'm sure the salt water has done some good I really feel like i'm ready to go home and have them be properly looked at.
The site inspection at Rosewood is thankfully by buggy and i'm treated ...
Although sad to leave Belize after only six days, we were happy to go back to Mexico as it was our favourite country in Central America. Our first stop was Tulum, where we hired bikes to ride out to the ruins. I was a bit shaky on mine to start with, I haven't ridden a bike in years, but quickly got used to it once I'd mastered braking by peddling backwards. The ruins themselves were pretty special as they have the unique selling point of ...