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Diwrnod hir o deithio heddi. Cwch am awr gynta Wedyn pump awr chwyslyd a hir ar chicken bus o belize city i chetumal yn mexico a chael stamp arall ar gyfer y pasport. Yna bws deluxe o gymharu a be ni wedi defnyddio yn ddiweddar. Weles i water with elephants ac avatar yn sbaeneg. Ond roedd yr aircon mlan full blast ac erbyn cyrraedd playa del carmen …
... fastest fish traveling at 120 km/hr but this one was slowly swimming down, slow enough for us to see its beautiful fluorescent blue fin and also same color stripes in the body and the long sword type mouth it was beautiful.
We had a super great time with the sharks, Sabrina marked it off from her bucket list but we all should be so grateful for the opportunity to experience something like this even if it was not in our bucket list.
Back at the pier we and to wait ...
... it fixed. Oh the insurance I had? Only covers damages more than $350US. Safe to say I was ******, considering it wasn't my fault. Aside from the cool reefs and wonderful dinner, it was a terrible terrible day. I tried to lay low Tuesday, as my ears were bothering me after the shore dive. To my surprise, Liya, whom I met at Vive La Vida, showed up. We were shocked to see each other so randomly. We hung out for the evening, and rented a VW Bug for ...
So I'm finally here in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. Angel and myself drove that little jeep you see in the photos, from Los Angeles all the way to Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. It took about 7 days. I'd say it was an average of about 12 hours a day driving.
We started by driving down Baja California and then we stopped in Mulege, and then La Paz, then we took a ferry to Mazatlan, then drove to Guadalajara, then to Vera Cruz, then to Campeche, then finally to ...
... br> Ocho suerte had a leak. It looked like a lot, and tony determined it was antifreeze,so very nervous. After closer inspection though, we decided it was like blood-always looks like more than there is.
I was also convinced we needed gas as we only had a half tank and there are no gas stayions on the east side of the island.
We stopped at the Mayan ruins where a tour guide said "if you ...