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The flight from Mo Bay to Atlanta was fairly uneventful. We spent an eternity in customs and getting through security to board the next flight to Cancun. We were split up on the flight and I was lucky enough to be sitting next to two sisters from the deep south heading on their annual pilgrimage to their time share apartment in Cancun. The ladies were a hoot about 60 years old and retired; one spending her time boozing ...
... apparently has many different architectural styles, although to layman's eyes it was impossible to tell! We spent a couple of hours wondering around the ruins in awe of the artwork and craftsmanship that goes into the stone sculptures and carvings in the walls, steps, pillars, everywhere. The main site people come to see is El Castillo, it really is quite an imposing structure. We were interested to walk through the 'great ball court' just in front for El Castillo. I (Lydia) ...
... to hostel but stopped at place and got yummy burrito. Walked to ferry with Sandra from room. Had another pinch yourself moment on the boat with guy with guitar singing hotel California by the eagles. Assumed buses to tulum would run really regular but was wrong! Checked just before left hostel that one at 3.45 and next one not til 5.30 and we got 3 boat! Got off boat got cash out and tried to get cheap ...
... best part was watching them try to fix the jeep by hitting the motor with a hammer a few times. We had 14 jeeps in our caravan to start, and about 10 that actually worked by the time we got to the park. Once we finally arrived, we took a boat tour of the mangroves, saw dolphins and turtles, snorkeled around the reefs, and swam in the lagoon. It would've been nice to stay longer but we since we arrived late we had to try to get back to our schedule. ...
... Harbour, we've been awed by Machu Picchu, amazed by Chichen Itza and stunned by the Terracotta Warriors, we've been to Outer Mongolia and the Siberian wasteland and made it back alive. We've had the time of our lives, but miss our friends and family back home. And no matter how many great places you see around the world, there's no place like home. THE END. Phil and Mups ...