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... swimming they are so big. We were very lucky because there were only 4 or 6 boats and each boat was surrounded at one point or another by 3 or 4 sharks.
We got prepared and started jumping to the water in groups, we had to get ready with jacket, fins, mask and snorkel and once ready we had to wait for the captain signal as he moved the boat to position the swimmers right in front of a coming shark. Once he said jump we were in the water and the first thing you ...
... trip to Caye Caulker. I was arriving with little knowledge which meant few expectations of Caye Caulker. So I was completely surprised when we climbed from the boat and discovered a melting point of real rusta Jamaican style guys, eagerly wanting to show you around or help you find a place to stay (at a cost of cause). The island was tiny, completely made up of sandy paths, no paved roads existed anywhere. After searching for hours online prior to arriving, we'd ...
... best-preserved coastal Maya sites. Tulum is today a popular site for tourists.
There are three major structures of interest at the Tulum site. El Castillo, the Temple of the Frescoes, and the Temple of the Descending God are the three most famous buildings. Among the more spectacular buildings here is the Temple of ...
... fit my hand in). The goal of our dive was to reach a room that had collapsed three years ago, with stalactites facing downward, upward, sideways. It almost gave you vertigo because you couldn't tell up from down except by your bubbles. Inside the collapsed room, we surfaced, and got to see how a cenote looks before the stalactites have formed. The trees from above ground were routed into the cenote and into the fresh water. That night, we had a big family dinner ...
... cinemas. Her reaction was
the same as mine at first… whaaaat?! We then explored the shopping mall in the
hotel zone, La Isla and walked about two hours on the beach, before the rain
Thursday, a group of us, with some of the
Southampton girls also travelling, went to Isla Mujeres. One of my favourite
places. We rented two golf buggys and ours was much newer and faster than the
other one haha. We ...