We had the most fun talking to the locals. They are charming, colorful characters. My wife's favorite incident was at one of the restaurants. There were two women with young kids and babies. My wife was drawn to one of the toddlers. She commented in her broken high-school Spanish to the mothers. They laughed at her attempt to communicate, but a mother's pride has no language barrier. It was easy to determine the child was a boy (not a girl like we thought), their names, the mother's names, and the fact that the mothers were sisters.
We laughed at how much the Casa Maya wanted to accommodate their U.S. guests. They had Superman helping Santa passing out gifts!
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