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... crystal clear waters of Playa del Carmen and sun baking in the hot Mexican sun. After lunch and a rest we headed back to the beach again, but managed only a quick swim before the rain clouds arrived.
The following day we took a collectivo (local shuttle bus that leaves when it's full) to Tulum to visit the picturesque Mayan ruins which are set near the edge of a cliff overlooking the sea (in Mayan times it was a major commercial port city). The tropical weather showed us ...
... dingy hotel of day 1. That night we all went our for dinner together, in the place we'd had dinner that first night and we all said our goodbyes over a cocktail, or three. And like that the official tour ended. It's a weird feeling spending almost 24 hours a day with these wonderful people, but then abruptly having them leave your life. I'll miss the jokes, the banter, the singing (mainly mine, I apologise) and the fabulous camaraderie.
The ceremony was great. We got to practise our Spanish a little as the whole thing was done in Spanish and English. It was quite short but very nice.
I was attentively watching the waves in the background as the ceremony took place. It was apparent ...
... 15 minute trip over. We had no choice but endure his performance. He was bad! (This happened on the way back ... a different busker).
Rio wanted to go snorkelling at the southern end of the island so we parted ways. I wandered through the town and ended up at North Beach and ...
... als unbeschreiblich praktisch herausgestellt. Die Wunschvorstellung, jede gemeinsame freie Minute an frischer mexikanischer Luft zu verbringen, fiel wortwörtlich ins Wasser und wir verlegten unseren Spass ins Einkaufszentrum, Kino und das Haus. Es war immer eine Freude, wenn ich die Mädels heimkommen hörte und sie mir alles von ihrem Tag erzählten und ich teilweise sogar Fotos von Operationen, Geburten und Wunden ansehen durfte - selbstverständlich ...