From Aguascalientes, there is a very convenient direct flight to Cancun. Since the wedding is at a private beach south of Playa del Carmen, we chose to stay in town, not that any of it is our cup of tea, so we were a little surprised that we enjoyed our evening strolls on the pedestrian La Quinta (Fifth Avenue). Nearly none of the internationals wear masks, while almost all the nationals wear them. Per Danny's advice, we had our very first COVID test at Salud Digna 260 pesos each.
The wedding was a truly a picture perfect occasion. I cannot compete with pictures, so won't try here. What a joyous occasion!
We made a quick getaway the day after the wedding. The Cancun airport was so busy, John said we are never flying there, no matter how cheap the flights are, haha.So long Aguascalientes, we'll miss you!
View from the rooftop of Hotel Meliora By Bunik.
Our hotel room had a kitchenette and was conviently located next to a Walmart that was getting ready for Christmas.
Dinner on our balcony = Radler + Guacamole and Chips.
La Quinta (Fifth Avenue) was busy every night.
Wish we had bins of Jamaica leaves in the supermarkets in Raleigh.
Beautiful setting at Punto Venado for Maritza and Jake's wedding.