I'm back, my computer was being funny and wouldn't let me access my photos, and I didn't want to blog without them.....so here we go.
Day 4: After our day at Coba we were exhausted, every time I had to go up or down a flight of stairs I thought the muscles in my thighs were going to snap, hadn't climbed many pyramids before yesterday so my legs were hurting a little. So we decided to hang around the hotel today and just relax. We wandered to the front of the hotel to get a picture of the entrance wayWhile we were wandering around we found a lagoon hidden behind some buildings. This was originally supposed to be the side we were staying on and would have been our view, but when we got there they asked if we wanted and ocean view so we chose that instead, here are a few pictures from the lagoon.We decided to check out the lazy river, it was a long pool that you could float along on a tube, I only got a picture of it at night but you can see it...
I think my favorite part of the lazy river was watching people try to get in onto their tubes gracefully.....not so much, almost everyone flipped theirs over first, which was funnier than hell!!!! HA, that's why I made my man hold onto mine while I got on.
We decided to be adventurous today and took a bus into Playa Del Carmen to do some shopping, by bus I mean a 12 passenger van, which they packed you into like sardines, it was a 45 minute bus ride. When we got there they stopped in some back alley to let off some locals, I thought this was were we were supposed to get off, I was a little scared, but then the bus driver informed me that this wasn't my stop....phew! So on we went to "5th Avenue". It was around 30 c that day, so the second we got off our air conditoned van it was like stepping into an oven, an oven full of people yelling at you to buy there stuff and come to their store.While we were there my hubby and I were looking at some things in this one shop when this guy walked up behind us
Dude #1: Hey man are you holding any blow?
Dude #2 No man, it sucks I'm dry.....
This is the point where my husband and I put down the items we were looking at and walked away.
After that we shopped some more then took a cab back to the safety of our resort. One more picture I forgot to add from the Mayan Village, well I think it speaks for itself....classy!