It was Friday April 13th and we were on our way to Mexico together for the first time. Well, I guess that’s not entirely true.
Back in February we went on a cruise and one of the stops was in Cozumel.
But this time we were on our way to Cancun. We were headed to our cozy, chill all-
inclusive resort and we couldn’t wait.
Our preplanned transportation service was perfect, picked us up from the airport as scheduled and brought us right to the front door of Sunset Marina. We had arrived.
First things first, some relaxing and drinks on the water. The water was pretty tame
as we stayed on the bay side in Cancun.
Saturday we had planned our excursion to one of seven wonders of the world, Chichen Itza! This site has Mayan ruins and they are truly grand and amazing to encounter.
It was a steamy 96 degrees as we walked around Mexico that day, so I couldn’t wait to go the the cenote, or sink hole, in Spanish. I heard it was “cold,” fresh water and 150 feet deep, and I was so excited!
I was literally the only one though, no one else in my group went in, not even my husband! Where are my friends when I need them?
It was super fun though and perfectly refreshing for how hot I had been earlier in the day. I love cenotes!
That night we visited the resort restaurant for French Cuisine. The restaurant had
different styles of food, depending on the day. The food was good and because we had all-inclusive access, everything was “free.”
On that note, I don’t think there was anything I said more on that trip then “Dos cientos ocho y A (ah),” our room number, haha, we used it for everything!
Sunday morning started with talking with our vacation company. We got to tour Tres Rios Resort and it was beautiful and sustainable and I loved it. However, we didn’t buy anything, this time. By Sunday afternoon we wanted to get back to the pool and relax but it had been raining all day, so instead we hopped in the hot tub to watch the sunset. The hot tub was right on the water so you were sitting on the bay, the sun and sky were so close!
Monday was our last day so we wanted to spend it at the pool. Along with the excursions we went on, we had massages as well and because we talked with or vacation company, all of these activities were comped.
The massage was at two, and by that time we were ready to get out of the sun for a little
while. The massages were great, relaxing and renewing. We went back to the pool and played a quick round of bingo before late lunch/first dinner. To get an extra number to add to your card, someone had to name the only animal with three brains. And guess who knew it? Yup, this girl! Octopus! I win.
Not really, but I did get an extra number for knowing that fun fact. After that, we grabbed so buffet food and went back to the pool before dinner. I even went down the water slide.
Dinner in the restaurant was Spanish themed that Monday night. I ate the best thing I
had had yet in Mexico, Chicken, Wine and Garlic Rice. It was absolutely delicious. We enjoyed many Mexican dishes while we were there but this Spanish dish was just delectable.
Tuesday morning came really fast and because of our scheduled transportation, we spent a long three hours at the airport before take off. Snooze, literally.
And then we were back. Cancun was fun and I would love to visit again. This was not a typical long weekend for us but it was really fun!
Have you ever done an all-inclusive resort vacation? Where did you go? Happy travels!
Oh and PS, I almost forgot, Nick got pooped on HAHAHAHA