Elements of the Island
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... although that is a great way to clear your sinuses) We ascended to do our planned 3 minute safety stop at 30 feet...plus or minus 5' in either direction. We surfaced and asked the other divers if they were ok. They did not enjoy themselves. When we were getting back into the boat, Ernesto grabbed my inflated bcd by the shoulder strap and drugged it over the edge of the boat. " Oh my. Look how he's abusing your equipment... except that's my equipment, tell him to grab it by ...
... amazing, fabulous and unforgettable holiday. Day zero had us doing last minute shopping for all the things we still 'needed', ( including another carry on bag to pack our treasures in), before spending the afternoon in paradise- swimming in crystal blue water, sleeping on the pontoon midway out in the ocean, sipping beautiful champagne, and tanning under the Caribbean sun....... Cathy's delirious thought of paying an ...
... can't say enough about all the awesome people I met there too. To Team Kelowna, Team Isreal, Team Argentina, Team Denmark, Dom, Tk, and everyone else, you guys rule. The only thing that sucked was that it rained everyday, except for one glorious beach day.
Well, off to ...
... and American franchise restaurants and malls.
And then there's the party scene...
We saw some pretty wild and crazy bars and clubs here; some as big and fancy as hotels and others just tacky and cheesy with singalongs and danceoffs!
We ate some damn good Mexican food here too, and snuck into numerous 5 star hotels on the beach to use their incredibly fancy swimming pools!!!
Next stop, Cuba!
See you again soon Mexico!
My friends & I caught the Ultramar Ferry 20 minutes from Cancun to the small island of Isla Mujeres. When we arrived we noticed the salesman @ the dock renting golf carts or mopeds to drive around the island. We rented a golf cart for 2 hours (which was $20).
The island is extremely laid back and filled with some very nice people. We drove around for awhile, which was so cool because ...