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... to quiet the voices in my head that reminded me more than once that traveling off the beaten path in Mexican coastal waters along the Belizean border might not be the smartest thing to do with the boys. I made a quick "call" above and asked for protection, with a day full of magic..... and that is exactly what we got.
We had the waters to ourselves and enjoyed watching the colors on the water change as the sun continued ...
One weekend I went to Xcalak with three volunteers. My friend, Jules, is who helped me get the position at Punta Gruesa, so I wanted to see her and dive some of the sites down in Xcalak.
Xcalak is a tiny little one road town but it's gorgeous and relaxing. The diving is fantastic! And there is a restaurant there called Leaky Palapa that has some of the best food you've ever tasted! Seriously! I've said this to so many people who don't believe me and then they go there ...
Cuba behind us ( which I miss )... and now venturing towards our all-inclusive luxury time !
We flew back to Cancun, then down to a place called Playa Del Carmen, which is the embarkation point for the very famous island Cozumel.
Famous for Jacques Cousteau as he breathed new life into the place by saying the second best diving in the world could be found there ! Before that it was an old US army navy base for WW2.
We did dive, we snorkeled and we ate ...
... la tourista. On verra bien.
Hier, mardi, on a plongé pour la première fois ensemble. Christian n'avait pas plongé depuis un bout de temps alors il a trouvé cela un peu difficile.
Ce matin on part à 5h30 pour le Blue Hole. Daniel et moi avions essayé d'y aller à 2 reprises lors de notre premier séjour au Bélize en 1999 mais sans succès en raison de la mauvaise température.
Allez voir quelques photos.
We got over to Belize a couple of days ago, everything went pretty smoothly with immigration and the boat ride over from chetumal wasnt too bumpy. Belize so far is completely different to Mexico. For a start everyone speaks English and the where we are now in Ambergris Caye most of the population are made up of descendants of black slaves who were kicked out of St Vincent by the english and dumped on ...
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