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... fish which we joined swimming vertically up and out. I'm not sure if that description was any good for your imaginations, but it was pretty spectacular. We were tested on our abilities to maintain our buoyancy/stay still in the meditation position (floating crossed legged,) lying horizantally, and floating vertically, upside down with your head pointing to the seabed. Rosie absolutely nailed the floating upside down, and was ...
... Isla Mjueres.
We had a great tour of Cecelia’s tree house and rental
casita. Very cute and very suited to her personality. She is renting out her
little casita for 300.00/week. It is perfect for one or two. One bedroom, one
bath/shower room, a small kitchen with sink, fridge cooking stoke and clothes
washing machine…..all new. There is TV and internet service. Very basic, very
new. Must like dogs.
... house, but we make a quick decision at 11:40 a.m. to drive to Corozal for business purposes. Randy weaves the van from side to side on the grid road to avoid the numerous large potholes. We pass rows of short, medium and tall sugar cane growing up to the sides of the road. Neat rows of sorghum and radishes and green beans and kidney beans grown by the area Mennonite and local families push right up to the sides of the gravel road. We pass a few bicycles being peddled ...
already quite-good English. “Call me Chuck he insists.”)
Hotel Bella Luna it turns out, is what we in the States would call a “No-Tell
Hotel.” Designed especially for romantic assignations, it features a
drive-in garage for each unit. Once inside, your vehicle is shielded by a
curtain from prying eyes. We order food delivered with Chuck’s help,
and accept and pay for it incognito, through a curtained window –. The ...
... and was fast asleep by 9pm!! We spent the day at the lake the next day and had a swim also. The laguna is perfect turquoise just like the carribean except it is freshwater so you can swim under with your eyes open. It was so refreshing. Damn I miss the ocean already! (writing this at the airport on my way home!) Bacalar is a really tiny quiet town with only a few streets and not much ...