Casamar Suites Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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We managed to clocked about 20 dives with some spearfishing, lobster hunting at night dive, photography & oysters collection.
Some days I get the free time to learn surfing and it has been quite cool as this place is known as a surfer's paradise. But don't forget the diving. There is only 2 diving shop in P.E and its quite obvious that Jorge is the better shop (Aventura Submarina) if you read the ...
... to the amazing cascades of Agua Azul. The cascades were simply incredible, huge waterfalls with amazingly blue pools underneath them. We wasted no time in jumping in and exploring the cold waters. Palenque is famous for its huge Mayan ruins so we dedicated the whole of Monday to exploring them. The ruins were incredible, nestled within the jungle our visit was accompanied by the sound of Howler monkeys close by. There were a number of ancient temples to climb up ...
... 4 minutes home to the rooftop from the mini market after seeing the sunset in the distance I obtained the knowledge of how unfit I am and have decided to start going for some runs....or jogs... Or walks... Or eating better... Or less beers or thinking of a better plan to get fit but either way something maybe might happen. Cross fingers pls It's a hot 33 degree Sunday arvo and waves have finally started picking up and life is still good yew yew yew. Adios ...
... around town I was able to join the lagoon bioluminescence tour which is a tour in which we went out on a boat to a huge fresh water lagoon and the bioluminescence shrimp light up when they get scared. We jumped into the water and thrashed around and watched little stars appear everywhere. although it wasn't the best time of the year it was still pretty awesome. We paid $5 donations and even got a 13 yr old croc spotter for free who shined ...
... office four kilometres short of the border. We were the only customers and our passports were stamped and cleared in a few moments. The customs man was next door and, despite my poor Spanish and his poor English, we had sorted the export of Elephant in about five minutes. Once again, I was the only customer. We were back on Elephant within 15 minutes and weaving our way through the crush of market stalls spilling out onto the road selling all manner of cheap ...