Cabanas Puerto Morelos
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... I don't think I'd like to be there in the tropical storm or tsunami that's for sure. The shops were mostly stalls selling the same old as in Playa and Cancun, but we did buy a massive cup of pineapple juice for 2 bucks NZ. It was ok, but from the little we saw I wouldn't rush back there. On the oat ride back we had some slugs of Superman Juice, which was a concoction of lemonade, orange and tequila, it was quite tasty! We met some lovely people on the trip - ...
... of us were any good at the compass reading during our Open Water certificate, so we weren't looking forward to this one... No need to worry, it was actually really easy once we got the hang of the lubberline/bezel. Underwater, we had to navigate backwards and forwards, and then in a square using the compass readings, N, E, S, W.
5) Nocturno/Night Dive. Scheduled for a Thursday night soon!
I have fallen ...
... I walked 4 miles to hotel. Didn't seem like four miles at all. I guess because I've been backpacking every where for days! But b4 I got to hotel, this guy named ocean was chilling by his condo drinking beer and he said hola! And started speaking Spanish to me! I was like no I am American gringo and can totally speak English! He was very white so I new he could speak English! He is from Chicago! He tells hey!!!! YOU Wanna beer! I'm like hell yeah so ...
... barking less all over town, maybe because we
seem to be down a few roosters (which also gets the domino effect in action
before the sun has a chance to even lift its head over the horizon!). Our wakeup
calls are not quite so chaotic with roosters crowing, dogs barking, kids
yelling…….it is usually a regular cacophony of noise around the neighbourhood
Have not found the cooking school yet, tomorrow I will ...
... an artificial river. We see a massage area, a hair-cutting station, and a section called “the marketplace” where large and colourful hookah pipes are set up on café table tops. The shops are all higher-end and we do a lot of window shopping but have no desire to purchase.
We decide to take a shopping break by exploring the Interactive Aquarium, and a small display of fish and other sea creatures. We see jellyfish floating in tall tanks illuminated ...