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... all the rocks and corals and had a great time. It was not planned, but at the end we were proud of us to dive on air consumption what means that we stayed in the water until we reached 50 bar.
We already started with assisting courses. Leandro assisted his first Open Water course with the Blue Angel instructor Matteo and his student John. So he was occupied for the next three days. It was a good experience.
Leandra and Stephanie could assist ...
... ID badge after you have checked through customs and security, and as they advise you to spend all your CUC's before leaving the country (they are not exchangeable plus it is illegal to take CUCs out of Cuba) we only had 5 CUCs on us to buy water before we jumped on our flight. Adding to this they would not let us go back through customs to go to the ATM therefore he demanded we handed over our paintings! We weren’t having a bar of this, and as Tam ...
Over our days here, we enjoyed walking up and down the very touristic 5th Avenue, looking at all the shops, eating in a couple restaurants, and taking in the tourist scene of Playa del Carmen. It was interesting to see a Chabad house and lots of Hebrew writing on restaurant menus. We've noticed throughout our trip that Israelis travel everywhere. It wasn't as surprising to see them in Europe because it's so close to Israel, but we were ...
... crustaceans and coral to see, and it was a real highlight to dive with turtles (tortugas) for the first time.
Day four, we took a bus ride to Tulum, where we wandered around the Mayan ruins, which are impressively, right on the Caribbean coast, walked along the beach and then took a collectivo (taxi bus) back to the comfort and free food and drink of our resort.
And I think I've already pretty much covered ...
... find. It was like being in a movie where everyone looks like hippies and half of the people seem to be stoned. I've never experienced anything like it. Joselo, being the nice guy in the group, didn't care much for the place, but he knew his friends often went there. We later continued to one of the larger clubs which is also one of the clubs I usually go to. Better music, more dancing and fewer stoned hippies. We had a great ...