Hacienda Del Secreto
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... drinker. At around midnight, almost everyone went home. After all, most of us had worked all day and had to get up early in the morning. The trip home, with no cabs anywhere, was an experience. My colleague Celia and I found a Mexican couple in a car. They were also on their way home from a Christmas party. We got ourselves a ride, and it turned out they were great and fun people. True Christmas spirit and a great ending of the ...
... I imagine it will be like this all the way to Cancun, the tourist capital of this province.
Although we are now true "tourists", rather than strange adventurers, we still have a couple of Mayan sites to visit.
Day 1 - Chichen-Itza which is now being claimed as one of the new 7 wonders of the world, lies some 120km SW of Playa, so we signed up for the trip. This site is supposed to rival Tikal in scale and importance and apparently came to prominence from AD 1,000 to ...
... Casey, and in such a great location So Cancun, with a wonderful tropical climate that I love so much, the heat just seems to envelope you, it's just like East Timor and Sri Lanka, magic! We haven't ventured out much - the hotel has everything you could need or want, the beach is out back, and unlike Sri Lanka, there are no hawkers. The Caribbean Sea is a beautiful blue, but its not safe for swimming outside our place, still we've dipped ...
... so she was just lucky to have a American passport because she had been born in America but her parents were Lebanese! And later moved to Peru where she began a journey with ahawaska, she had apparently done it several.......... Many.....many..... Times! Kevin said she was dressed in Aladdin pants! Like the one I wear! They decided to get a hotel together in San Salvador, El Salvador, because the bus had to stop over night, and all the people on it had to ...
... immediately relented and with a ‘whoops’ expression on my face turned around and made down the stairs. Rebecca was waved to come in though; when she didn’t, a Jewish man approached her and listening from below, the conversation went something like.
‘Hi... come on in!’
‘Hi! What’s happening tonight?’
‘We’re celebrating <...> .. ‘
‘Are you ...