Barrio Latino Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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Most normal people go away on holiday for a week. We came back home from holiday for a week. But then we've never proclaimed to be normal! It had been good being back, seeing new things. A new baby (care of Nat), a new car (Kevin) and a new bathroom (at my mums). But a lot was still the same, which isn't a bad thing in it's own right, and we …
... he finally arrived. Two injections and $100 later, he was on his way, leaving me with some prescriptions. The scripts, to my shock, came to a total of $150, so I decided I could do without them.
That day u was supposed to go to Isla mujeres, but there was no way I was going to make it. I spent the day in bed, still not feeling well, before sleeping through the night.
the next day I packed my things up, and very slowly made my way to the bus for the ferry to ...
... we waited a little bit shallower until they finished their skills. We saw a bunch of great stuff under water and enjoyed the dive and the boat ride a lot!
But the big motivation was the announcement of going to the cantina right after we returned....
The next two days we did our EFR course with Derek. Welcome Joe - our sloth from Toronto :-)!!!
Three days after the loss of Leandra's mask she got it back! Somebody found the mask ...
... morning, with the group, we headed to Tulum via our Colectivos bus about 1 hour south from Playa Del Carmen. Tulum is an ancient Mayan site from the 12th century which is right next to the beach and has amazing well kept ruins with palm trees scattered around the site. We arrived and walked to the entrance in the sweltering heat. The whole place was crawling with tourists trying to get some shade under ...
... that there was minimal life and only small fish were dwelling within the cave. Her husband couldn't get his mask on properly and gave up instantly, "Oh I'll just stay here with my wife and try to get my mask on." Somehow, they managed to enjoy the lunch. We were served Mexican pulled pork as the guide had called it, and we each made our own soft tacos. It was delicious! The Iowan man drove us out of the jungle, slowly but surely, and we were off to Akumel to swim with ...