Bill and I slept well in our motel suite, as I said, the beds are so comfy with those luxury sheets and pillows. I think I woke around 4 am first on Sunday, Oct. 20th. The first thing in my head “Cancun today!” I managed to drop back off to sleep until a few minutes after 5 and then I began to get excited for the day. I’m never sure what the airport experience will be like so there was a bit of trepidation but mostly excitable jitters.
|Auntie Yvonne and Easton waiting at the airport|
|Let's go Dad!|
He was a pretty good little guy on the 4 hour flight
|It was foggy at the airport|
|That is our pilot up there in the cockpit|
|These guys are the most important ones on the plane|
|Seats on the wing|
My glasses steamed up, need I say more? Lovely!!! 30C/92F. We were directed to our Transat shuttle, exclusively for the Richards/Flessati Wedding and 20 of us piled on. Our driver, Victor, and our guide, Alan, welcomed us and offered and served beer when we were thirsty. The trip was an hour and 20 minutes and we all admired the view along the way. I need to change the time on my Fitbit when we get to the resort. We gained an hour. Woohoo!
|The shuttle ride was long but the a/c was on keeping us all cool|
|Alan had the driver stop for a beer run|
and he served drinks during the 2 hour drive
|Lots of arrivals, check ins and waiting for a ride to our rooms|
Jess and Matt had invited us all to meet at the Tulun resort within this grouping of 5 for a welcome and thank you for attending. We ordered drinks there, pina coladas for Bill and I and everyone else tested and tried a few new and some familiar cocktails. It was a pretty somber group. Happy but quiet because it has been a long day for all of us. J & M gave out little gift bags and we toasted to Cancun, vacation, love and weddings.
|A little bit of a few things and it was all delicious!|
|Bill and I walked the beach of the Carribbean Sea after we ate|
|Pretty fossil rocks form the railiings|
|This part of the water was choppy, the way Bill loves it|
Further down, there was a sheltered area where many were swimming
|Coconuts in all stages of development|
|And this critter greeted us on the walkway|
Thank you for your visit!