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... or purple bracelets. Are we on a Honeymoon package???? LOL. We walk across the resort to the Colonial side, thinking we might grab food at the A La Carte Mexican restaurant. Unfortunately, men have to have pants and shoes on. No shorts, no sandals - although girls can wear the sluttiest and shortest skirt. Hmmmm... Instead we try one of the buffet restaurant on that side. Our waitress, Maria, is very attentive. They always seem so happy when finding out they can speak ...
... walk back to our room: I have had only 4 small beers, and Sabrina had nothing. So imagine our surprise when - not drunk - we encounter a few geckos, a cat, a baby raccoon, and a spider that walks so fast I squeal all the way back into our room.
For some reason, only my iPad can connect to Wifi, so unfortunately I cannot upload the pics I took with my iPhone - and I probably won't always carry my iPad with me all around. You'll have to wait for my return to see most pics!
... sight. The city was also known as Zama (dawn), as it's one of the first places in Mexico where the sun rises. It was built after Chichen Itza and was a busy commercial port, which was still active when the Spaniards arrived. As we wandered around the ruins, we read the information plaques and I filled Suzy in on the Mayan facts that I could remember from my other visits. Still morning when we were finished, we ...
... Saturday. I'm just happy to have skin left on my fingers.
Turns out the italian and mexican restaurants are going to be closed the rest of the week due to renovations, so we make our way down to the buffet for dinner, and finally the Creperie for milkshakes. A short walk around reveals that we are both exhausted, so we head back to our room, to relax and pack for tomorrow's adventure...
... were three or four Mexican guys who just showed up to help us. They were all giving directions, etc. but it was more directed to each other than to us. I noticed one of them was trying to explain it to me so I followed his directions and we were out. Good thing I was driving a manual as I was able to worm my way out with no difficulties. :) We thanked them and were on our way. After asking for directions, we were there. This Walmart ...