Mayan Palace Riviera Maya
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Today seemed like the perfect day to travel too the Cenotes rainforest to explore and too look at the famous big sink hole. Some people make the decision to head to the rainforest by themselves based on prices but i didn't want to take a risk of the dangers that could be associated with not going with a trained tour guide, anything could happen, snake bites or any animal attacks you, drug cartels, a bunch of different things so i decided ...
... surrounding the wonder. We were being hounded by a countless number of vendors selling tshirts and novelty souvenirs that, when blown like a mouth organ they growled like a panther, so we quickly escaped. Our next location was one of Mexico's many natural sink holes that were once volcano craters, and since extinction had filled with water. This particular sink hole was in an underground cave so we had to climb down into it to swim. There were not many people there and ...
... in a special slot inside our room door to activate the electricity.
-where are the lawn mowers?.....,it's always quiet!
-work men on bikes carry only hand tools in their baskets
-Nachos at any meal!
-potatoes not a diet staple--mashed potatoes at the buffet look like soup
-really the only fruit available all the time is a variety of delicious fresh melons and pine apple
-Megan is hooked on Pico de ...
... were picked up from the station by Aude and Santiago, who kindly dropped us at our hotel, Riviera Caribe Maya, a few blocks away.
After quickly throwing our bags in our poolside room and changing into more weather appropriate shorts and t-shirts we walked down to the main strip, 5th Avenue, for drinks and a catch up.
Despite only being 6 hours time difference to UK we were feeling ...
We woke up early this morning so had an early breakfast while watching the ship dock into the Cozumel International Pier. The water below our ship was a stunning aqua blue. It was so clear that the bottom could be seen even though the sea bed was 60 feet below the surface. Coral reefs are literally a step off from the coastline of Cozumel and teeming with fish and sea plant ...