Club Paraiso Maya
Travel Blogs from Puerto Morelos
Dias Seis (no you didn’t miss cinco, I skipped a day)
Why Mayan? Well because they are tiny but pack a wallop! It
is rainy season (even though we have only seen a small amt of rain) and the
water levels in the mangrove are high and the humidity is 89%! The temp says
26C but ‘feels like’ 41C. What can I say? It is Mexico in July. I love it
though. Whoever it was that told me about the trick ...
third asks, as Max and Moose swivel-stare from one fatigue-clad soldier
to the other. Moose, Max and Belize we answer.
After a cursory inspection of our jumbled cargo of household goods,
Rhonda’s bicycle, and “a lot of stuff,” as Rhonda explained at another
checkpoint, I’m asked, “How much did you pay for these dogs?” “About
$1,600 U.S. Dollars,” I answer, when the question finally penetrates my
Eleanor and Lynn are heading north (home) today. Droopy faces all 'round. No diving today just airport runs and one quick trip to Costco to look for mom's favorite cheese.
We should be home in time for sunset bevvies on the patio. should we dive tomorrow ...
... had looked at. Declining a bag, I put them in my new change purse and went off on pursuit of dinner.
There are alot of good inexpensive places to eat but Cantina Habineros holds the best possibility of meeting folks as all the tables are close together and there is live music. It was incredibly full and crowded but I overheard that a large party of about 5 small tables were about to leave so I hovered and then scored a seat ...
... which is a little bar/restaurant he favors. He ordered some guacamole to accompany the 2 different complimentary fish salsas. I asked for the leftovers to go and gave them to M&S +Company who were still chatting out on their deck. Paco came up for a beer which led to him having 4 or 5 more, which led him to be gettin fairly hosed. I feigned fatigue and he said his goodnights. I popped into have a quick chat with M&S and was invited to stay for ...