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... that the underwater visibility was quite low. There seemed to be far more fish around Isla Mujeres than Utila but the poor visibility limited some of the sights. This was particularly apparent when it came to Whale Shark time, written up on the next blog.
I got to dive with Kristen and Pacman for the last part of their training which was fun, the first dive was a little boring, as we were dropped off a little too far away from the reef. The second dive was very good, I got to ...
... paid in Playa. After a very tasty and filling breakfast, we moved to their sun loungers on the beach which were free to use provided we buy something to drink. David said he would 'take one for the team' and ordered a beer so we didn't have to move.
We stayed at the beach until mid afternoon enjoying the sun, sea and sand. It's easy to understand why this beach is often referred to as one of Mexico's best ...
... amount to stick on a debit. Cutting a long boring story short, faffed around a lot and eventually got a car, which on collection had very minimal petrol.
Missed the turn off to Krispy Kreme (oh yeh and petrol), so ended up straight on the main highway where casually presumed there would be a station. Well I was dearly mistaken!
I was as laid back as usual until we had numerous low on petrol bleeps and reached a sign where it said gas was another 94km ...
... them when he travelled, but we hadn't found any here yet. Then we hit the jackpot, Corona Familiar - 940ml 25pesos (about $2 US), AND Corona Mega - 1.2L 29pesos. Winning. Again, too late on this find. Run Tally: 0 (total: still 9! Better get a move on soon...) But we did do 2x bike rides of about 10-15km on the heaviest/slowest bikes ever - which ended in dripping sweat. And of course the 45min walk carrying our bags at noon in 30C+ deg. That surely counts for ...
... which was about a 2 hour trip. It was bumpy & hot and slightly uncomfortable. But eventually we made it to the dock at San Pedro, and Belize immigration! I was sooooo excited! I got my stamp and was bubbling with excitement. We had half an hour to wait for the next taxi to Caye caulker. I was feeling extremely tired but excited to get there. As we pulled up to the dock it was getting dark. I strolled off the dock and straight onto the front door ...