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It didn't take us long to realize this WAS our favorite!

Almost immediately upon arrival, we found the hotel that was recommended to us by the couple in Laguna Bacalar @ Carolina's place (that told us to check out Kohunlich.) Pasado Amor. Lost Love Hotel. After getting settled, we stopped in for some food. Met some Americans who ever so kindly put vodka in our breakfast OJ's, and we then headed for the beach. Luckily, the weather for our two days in PM was spectacular.

At breakfast, we made a friend, Blaine, that kind of showed us the ropes of where to hang out in PM. He had lots of great tips including how to fish for cheap next time we're there... fishing charters can be very expensive if you don't know another way. We were also introduced to a neat restaurant/bar on the ocean called Tuna.

Nearing the end of the trip, I got concerned with picking up a few things I wanted to have, so Blaine took us to a smal market. I bought hammock chairs for the porch and a gourd lamp that needs to be rewired.
On our very last night, we went to a restaurant called "Hola Asia" for some mediocre Thai food (couldn't handle one more taco...) and watched the children play in the park from the second story outside air 'table' we were sitting at.
As you can tell from the severe lack of pictures during these two days, we enjoyed ourselves too much to remember the camera. Again, our favorite town so far, and nicely placed at the last of the trip. The next day, our only need was to arrive in Cancun in time for a 4pm flight. We had one last lunch in PM, (and one last pina colada size large,) and headed for Cancun. We did have plenty of time, not that you could tell by the picture, he meant business with that pina!

Posted by micahbeans 01:11

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