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... the fish and I got the chicken. This came with a soup and “water” of our choice. Mark got horchata (of course!) and I go jamaica water (hibiscus cold tea). The drinks and soup were delicious! Then the plates came, and they were HUGE! My chicken was served with tomatoes, onions, green peppers, and it came with rice, black beans, salad and guacamole. On the side we had corn tortillas. It was very delicious. The the bill came, to something like ...
... and wakes up almos the entire IDC house.
Fanch - the French guy in our group who has a f(r)og in the mask and checks the (h)air before diving.
Eric - Full of energy. He and his wife Peggy are amazing, sold everything back in the states and are now traveling around the globe. Love to party and drink Tequila.
Who trained us?
Mike - pushes you ...
... a perfect condition. It even had an A/C, which all of the other buses do not have. How lucky was I? We set off towards Playa and I enjoyed the ride.
Four hours later the bus pulled in the ADO terminal in Playa. It was pretty packed, but I still managed to get some information about when the buses to Holbox were leaving. This was to be my next destination, but unfortunately the buses in that direction left all really early in the day. This was going to be ...
... the most famous dive sites near Cozumel Island and it was… so disappointing!
However, the visibility was awesome (some 30 meters) and we managed to see very nice coral formations. We even swam through three tunnels but the problem was that there were no fish or marine life. I mean there were some small ones and we actually spotted two big lobsters. It was still a nice dive thanks to the corals and the visibility but besides that ...
Sun! Sand! Surf! At last, a day without liquid sunshine. Cozumel gave us our first sunny shore excursion of this leg. Cozumel is an island just off the Mexican coast with a number of Mayan ruins. Most of the Mayans on the island were wiped out, not (directly) by the Spaniards, but by smallpox which the Spaniards carried. The survivors were essentially wiped out by the Spaniards. The island was repopulated by Indians in the mid-1800s and is now mostly ...
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