Travel Blogs from Puerto Morelos
... and videos when I'm grey and old, or next year when I'm wrapped up in hoodies and blankets in my student bedroom with no heating... reminding myself of how life used to be on this unimaginable year abroad... ahhhh no time for the emotional stuff just quite yet...!
As you may be able to see from my facebook, the past couple of weeks have mainly been Scuba orientated :)
I still can't believe how lucky I was to ...
It was my turn to feel ill today, with multiple toilet visits! Kept to yoghurt for breakfast and we chilled by the pool to keep things simple. We headed into town in search of a thin crust pizza, but to no avail. Instead we settled for Hooters! Couldn't manage much more than my chips, yet Julieta and Patty - the Columbian and Mexican waitresses - managed to cheer us up. They spoke practically no English, yet we held a good chat for over an hour with them ...
... and doesn't drain. The dogs are a pain in the ass, and are trained to bite. Both of us are keen to move out asap.
I have no idea where to start, yesterday couldn't have been any better if I had imagined it. Seriously, even the fact that the family were awol in the morning, nothing could put a downer on this day, even when we went outside to explore the nearby streets the monsoon rain hit us hard.
We woke up to a cold shower, which was ...
... an antihistamine
BEFORE being exposed to the little mozzies……thank you! Great trick. They pretty
much left me alone but hounded everyone else. Thanks, too, Bruce, for insisting
I take those skeeter wipes….yes, you were right, I should have brought the
whole box! I have got them in my purse and will use the last one tomorrow.
We did 2 dives yesterday and 2 more today. The waters were
fairly calm with ...
... the well-top were steep and narrow stone steps which descended into the earth. We heard a rather rhythmic drumming noise coming from down below. Part way down, a pretty young girl greeted us in traditional costume, and as our eyes adjusted to the red limestone of the stalactites, we saw a green pool of glowing water. In the middle of the pool, we saw two women and two men drumming and singing on an extended platform, each costumed with feather head-dresses and traditional ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking