In the morning, we did have a short walk just outside the resort gates and chatted with the locals - brushing up on our Spanish so to speak. After seeing a tour flyer at a bus stop (of all the places, you may say?) and exchanging more Spanish, often broken ones, we've reconsidered booking an adventure tour back at the resort with our discounted rate.
After a hurried lunch, we were craving again for another dose of gourmet ice cream -- pricey but worth it! I very well knew of the US$16-serving I paid for the previous day with all the fruits, popping flavored mini balls (hmmm), and other trimmings! Carried away, you might wanna say!
On our way back to our building, we thought of snapping pictures in this dimly-lit Grand Mayan grand entrance while there was little traffic. This is the best entrance we've been to on all the Mayan Resorts in Mexico - worthy of its name. One has to be there to experience it -- see and hear!
The nursery had about 45 newly hatched turtles today, so we witnessed yet another ceremony of freeing them to the wild. It is sad to think that only 1 in about a thousand will make it to their adulthood. Perhaps freeing them at sundown increase their chances of survival?
We closed the day with another sunset at the beach...