Mexico was really awesome. We flew into Cozumel and stayed in Playa del Carmen. If you are going to go, make sure you try to hit Chitzen Itza, Coba, and Tulum … just make sure you give yourself a day for each one, especially Coba because it’s so spread out. Also, try to go to Xel-ha and swim with the dolphins at delphinus (they are the best) and snorkel around. If you are going anywhere, the bus is the cheapest/best mode of transportation. It’s air conditioned, two people can get somewhere for about $8 USD, and plus you don’t have to deal with all the terrible drivers on the road or the jerks at the gas pumps who try and rip you off.
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I’ve been riding since I was 12 and I have to say I’ve been hooked. Probably due to both my parents and step-parents all riding. I finally got to buy one after having a project bike that just wouldn’t get finished. I’d highly recommend the safety class that most places offer, even if you’ve been riding for years. It gave me a whole new perspective :-)
‘nuff said, learn to ride, save some gas money, and make some random friends on the road.
my friends and i got this crazy idea to start a company in our spare time (which quickly vanished) when we got out of school. its not quite been a year, but things are going better than we could have ever hoped. we went from a crappy, scary server to a brand new shinny one and are actually getting close to purchasing our second server for a new app we’ve been writing that will be going live sometime in march. if you’ve got the dedication to make it work, the will to suck down as much coffee as it takes to make things happen, it’s totally worth it. the statistics might be against you and say that you’ll fail … but statisticians have to make money some how :-)