Maya del Carmen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
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... By the time we decided I would dive it on my own the other guy had turned up so that foiled those plans and we went to get lunch on the beach at Wah Wah Bar. Service was slow as ever but a whole coconut on the beach is always a treat..however my stuffed burger only gets a 6/10 and that's being generous as we were sat on a beach!
She didn't seem so sure. "But they're ok!" she repeated, over and over.
Hardly able to walk on her own, Virginia led us to the ocean. By the time we got there, I was holding all her belongings and Lee was holding her up and making sure she didn't slip and fall again. Once we got to the ocean, Virginia slipped into a bit of a panic mode.
"It's so dark, I can't go there!" she said, in a shaky tone. So ...
... man’s dream.
Chichen Itza is a sacred Mayan site dating back to 1000 BC. It is amazing how they built the pyramids so precise and with so many special features. Twice a year the sun will create the shadow of a 7 segment snake going up the steps, and the steps are graduated by a centimetre all the way to the top to ...
Juan and Elisa helped organize for me to do a few hours of scuba diving. Elisa has a church friend or "Hermano" Mario who owns a small scuba diving opporation who offered to take any of the Orduna family scuba diving. Juan was not interested, he is more the "fishing-type" of boy, but encouraged me to go. So I went.
On Tuesday, Elisa and I biked around the island to his little shop, right on ...
... loves an oul pyramid!
When we arrived on Tuesday we found a lovely grassy campground that was completely deserted, apart from a friendly golden labrador. The gate was unlocked so we let ourselves in and he dind't seem to mind - happy days! After we were set up and had cooked a few juicy steaks and fed our host, the real owner turned up. Mena - our mexican mother! She was a lovely lady that was delighted to see that we had ...