Villa El Dorado
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... fajitas) came out I was morbidly obese and dying but kept eating anyway! I also managed to shove a large mouthful of a super spicy dip in my mouth thinking it was guacamole. Thanks kike (he told me it wasn't spicy).
Pretty much fell into a food coma afterwards but we had a walk round, went into this cool red lit hotel and bar (looks like a modern brothel). Went for a drink and then went home for bed, tired! Cozumel ...
... the correct fare, the restaurants automatically add 15% gratuity to your bill even though this is not normal practice anywhere else in Mexico, the souvenir shop owners try and block your path as you walk down the street actively trying to get you into their shop, there are dodgy 'travel agents' that are actually time share sellers trying to con you into buying some timeshare. I could go on. That's not to say that I didn't enjoy Playa - I did vey much, but ...
We moved into our new GAP hotel which was horrible (oh dear) and met our group the next evening. Initially, I must admit that we were a bit disappointed as everybody was SO young! We were the oldest there and a tad concerned that we may feel like the mum and dad of the group... However, we tried to keep an open mind and headed out for dinner with the group to a gorgeous Mexican restaurant on the beach. Despite everyone being so ...
... eine Stunde nach unserem Boxenstop lästerte Tobi ein weiteres mal über unseren Atos, dieser konnte das vermutlich fühlen und rächte sich an uns... Plötzlich gab es nämlich einen Knall!! - Reifenschaden bei ca. 100 km/h. Da sich der Atos auf den Felgen nicht so toll fährt entschlossen wir uns den ersten reifen wieder zu montieren und dann mit einem schleichenden Plattfus eine Werkstatt o.ä. zu finden. Gesagt getan & weiter gings mit ca. 30 km/h. Im nächsten Bauerndorf fragten ...
... local ruins but one trip we did make was to the Mayan city of Chichen Itza. Its a long day trip and costs a couple hundred bucks but well worth it. You ride by bus and along the way they make stops at a very large Cenote ( a sinkhole with exposed rocky edges containing groundwater) and a very old catholic church. (this was still neat even if your not the religious type).
Chichen Itza is one of those ...
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