Al Cielo Hotel
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All packed and ready for home We have had a great holiday we just love Mexico so much So until next time adios amigos :)) Alfonso even bought us our last beers upto reception. Bless he's so sweet Flew over New York was a really clear sky was gorgeous all lit ...
... radio - "show me show me show me how you do that trick" what could possibly be wrong. Twenty minutes later at an unexpected police stop, unwarranted sharing of guaya fruits and some confusion later, we were given a ticket for "falta" of the front bumper which was neither documented nor presented to us in anything other than a verbal request for a fine to be paid, in cash, in confidence, in an amount we felt was appropriate. We deemed 500 pesos appropriate and moved on with the ...
... to the Outtakes folder for my Decent Profile Pic pursuit (see photos). Then it started to rain. Any feelings of homesickness I might have had about the festive season back in England were quickly washed away.
The food. So, took the decision to make the most of the many food stands available on the streets of Tulum. There are authentic, fancy restaurants, and a few English Chineses (supermarkets here are run by Mexicans by the way) however my POA ...
... Playa del Carmen.
The grounds, pool, restaurants are five star. The rooms, while not extremely spacious, are clean and very well maintained. In truth, the size wasn't important as we spent little time in it. There is a free liquor dispenser and refrigerator that is restocked each day, a flat panel tv and balcony in the room.
The photos don't do justice but we hpoe you get the ...
Strange cave, when you enter and for quite a way the walls are black. It just swallows up lights.
We let Jim pick the place to eat. Peanut butter, jelly and tortillas for breakfast and a banana. Same for lunch. A yellow fly or Tabano bit me today. Nothing ...