Acanto Boutique Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Continental Breakfast
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We crawled out of bed around 11:30am for our 12pm ferry to Cozumel. The ride over was painless and we were there in 30mins. As we walked out of the ferry terminal we saw one of those lads that act as a statue and only move when you give them a few coppers. He was exactly like the lads on Grafton street except he was woeful. Even though he was trying to look still he was clearly moving. I always think what do those lads do when ...
Today was my first day waking up in Playa Del Carmen! I had a lovely day of snorkelling booked in with the local general store who organised all the beach activities. Before I went down to get my day started out and about I decided to go down to the complimentary buffet breakfast my hotel had to offer, the breakfast was absolutely spectacular! The most fancy restaurant i have almost ever seen, and the food was beyond words! And they had things like coco pops ...
Last night we had our final 'posh restaurant' experience. Every night we were booked into one of the fancy restaurants themed by different countries. We had not bee successful with any thus far with the Mexican, ironically, being the worst so our expectations were dragging behind us as we walked in. It was surprisingly good actually. Enormous great chunks of meat cooked over a fire and hacked off onto our plates. To make it ...
... breathed out to submerge under the water. Suddenly all the noise and chaos of the forceful waves were gone and everything was so incredibly peaceful and calm. We were immersed into a completely different world to the mayhem above the surface and it was bizarre that all I could hear was the swoosh of air when I inhaled and rush of bubbles as I exhaled. We slowly descended to the bottom, gained enough buoyancy that we 'hovered' above the sand bed (which is a hard skill ...
... and thus extreme care is required when diving.
We were taken to the cenote Dos Ojos (Two Eyes) by Clement, a very experienced cave diver. Even though David wouldn't actually go into the cave system as such, it was very re-assuring to have a one on one guide with such experience when you are in a cavern that is 60m away from a surface exit. The first dive was a real eye opener - diving through flooded caverns full of stalegmites and ...