We had organised to leave Maya in the good hands of Leslie who is Garry Dymonds daughter, Garry lives in Mexico City.
While staying at Leslies waiting for our flight I took on a number of small jobs for her that she had been wanting to get done.
These included fitting eight isolating valves to her sinks and basins, properly fixing the two basins to the walls and leveling them, laying floor tiles and fitting a blind in her bedroom, it was nice to help her for the help she gave us, Leslie works big hours too so giving her more free time to do play things was nice.
On our return to Playa Del Carmen from Cuba Ellen had a very saw tooth so went to the dentist, turns out she has an infection in her jaw bone under a tooth and it needs a small op to be fixed.
Man talk about tribe of sick people, everything seems to come at once which is not a bad thing, the other positive is we are in a great place to have it fixed and hopefully properly .... now we are wanting to get it done and get back on the road again .... itchy feet.
The last few days has been relaxing and loading up all the Cuba reports and photos, quite a full job in itself.
We took in some local sights
.. both of them, cheek out the guy on the bike running knobblies in town.
There was a rack with interesting helmets which were useless but looked cool
We were very impressed that the little girl had floaties on her arms
There is an interesting selection of boats anchored too
Also here in Playa Del Carmen in Martin and his family from Denmark so meeting up with fello ADVers has been great.
We were treated to a display of local talent, these guys were very good
With Maya’s oil changed and few other minor fixits taken care of we head to Belize for a week before hitting Guatemala for Spanish lessons and to meet the legendary Julio (Guaterider) who has very kindly helped us with shipping stuff for Maya to his address.