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Next stop was in Cozumel where we took a beginner's dive class into 30 feet of water. The kids did really well so we think we will get everyone certified. This dive also counted toward oe of our open water dives through PADI.. For a shallow shore dive, there was plenty to see and it was very exciting for both the veteran divers and first timers. Thereafter, we celebrated at Margaretville with a few margaritas (of course!) and a cheeseburger in ...
... I surfaced just as an eagle-rey was spotted down below and crawling back on to the boat we headed back to the main land. What a ride.
On our final day we headed around 17kms south of the island, walked through a tacky beach club filled with cruise ship holidaymakers and trailed a further km north up the beach front. We stopped outside the most idyllic wide stretch of white sand and illuminated water. It was a private beach club to which apparently we ...
... out till Costa Rica and Honduras. Anyway I was walking back after booking the tour and a Mexican guy (oldish) came up to me and said he was going to buy me a free coffee for booking on the tour. I said I had to get back but then he mentioned Starbucks and I was in. He asked me where my sticker for the tour was and I said I was going tomorrow so was keeping it till then. He said he was going to give me another one so that I wouldn't get bothered by touts as I ...
... got to our stateroom about 5:30, and dinner is at 6. We made it, though. Just about five minutes late! Fastest time six people have ever showered, dressed, etc.
Michael is so funny. All week, he's done nothing but eat donuts, croissants, danish, rolls, bread, etc. When it was time for desert, we all ordered what we wanted. Pretty soon, our server brings out a plate of chocolate chip cookies. She asked ...
... in Roatan. It was more chaotic and, as soon as we did get into the water and look around, we realized that the reefs simply didn't compare. People around us were squealing in delight at what they were seeing on the reef, and I'm sure if we hadn't been snorkeling a day earlier, we might have done the same. Still, we had fun, but did not mind when it was time to climb back aboard the catamaran. Now that snorkeling was done, they broke out the margaritas and ...
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