Home :) #sol15, 17/31

One last Cancun post for now.  A great morning to capture a few wonderful moments.  It’s hot there, so hot but there’s a sweet breeze as the sun sets.  Here’s there’s a cold wind to remind us as we stepped out of the airport that it’s not yet time to make the winter coats disappear.  I hear there could be snow on Friday.  UGH, enough!

But for now there’s still sand in my sandals and embedded in my mind.

There are many, many wonderful hotels in Cancun but I don’t think you could find a staff more happy to please.  So as I fade for today,  I’m giving it up for the women in the pictures at the end of this  set of images.  Fantastic.

I need to head off to bed right now but I have one more story to share about this amazing place.

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