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Surprisingly enough - because we went to bed around 2am - we wake up before 8am. The weather predicted rain, but it's sunny outside so we're happy. We head to Kabah, one of the breakfast buffet restaurants, stopping by the lobby first to say hello to Jesus... who is as smiley as ever. While walking there, a big gush of wind blows the map of the resort I'm holding in my hand into the nearby fountain. ****. We eat, enjoy a mimosa, then walk ...
We awoke to drizzling rain this morning, the tour we booked today was for all weather so we were going to get wet either way. After breakfast we were ready in the lobby by 9.45am and were picked up and taken to an area in the jungle just out of Cancun. It took about an hour to get there and we were with 6 other people, 1 Russian couple, 2 Japanese girls, and a Mexican mother and daughter. The rain was on and off but never heavy only drizzling. Once in the area where ...
... so was a little quiet at first taking it all in but then i just relaxed and took in the view and sea below. When i was on the beach and came across the edge of the jungle there was a sign that read 'virgin Jungle' This is unexplored jungle but from the beach you can't tell how far the jungle stretches but from the air you can see just how huge the and far the jungle goes. If you get lost in there you will be lost forever!!
The view from the parasailing was magnificent, ...
So I'm off! Knowing this was my plan since before Xmas I am glad the time has finally come. Arrived in familiar Mexico City after a sleepless 24 hrs. Why is it I choose the only seat on the plane that doesn't recline? Never mind things can only get better..... Mexico City still as vibrant as ever, friendly people, soooo much culture, from the pre-hispanic era to the present day. Being with ...
... half way down the Avenue of the Dead, on the right hand side, was Teotihuacán’s largest structure. EL Pirámide del Sol is the world’s third-largest pyramid; it’s base is 222m long on each side, and it stands at just over 70m high. Stood at the base, we were in awe of the sheer size of the pyramid, and began wondering how on Earth it was built without the use of metal tools or the wheel.
After five minutes of um-ing and ah-ing, ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service