Costa de Cocos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... frantically try manage the amount of orders he had before we finally get our lunch. And it is beautiful. The Jerk flavoured Belizean chicken is cooked perfect and the spices were amazing. Very impressed and feel the wait was almost worth it. The rice and beans was very basic meal for a national dish but nonetheless complimented the meat well. After lunch we get changed and head to the canoes to go out for a paddle. Leesh brings the one piece swimmers and goggles ...
... that far down and minimal shops so we organised a hire car from Cancun along with all of the Christmas food and drinks to indulge in over the silly season and picked up Jod from the Cancun airport in what turned out to be the teeny tiniest of cars in Mexico. Loaded to the brim we aptly named the baby automobile that would give us our Christmas Miracle in Mexico, 'Baby Hesus (Jesus)'. The next five days saw lots of catching ...
... me film my 3rd day of the Burpee challenge. We parted ways around 4 and I headed to my room to read and relax. Walked down the beach front with a plan to go to Wild Mangos for dinner but Blue Water Grill that could not seat me last night looked open so got a table there. Enjoyed a Silly Goose (vodka, watermelon, and lime juice). For food I had calamari and the fish special. Yes I really ordered it again! ...
... After that, we all suddenly had rum punches in our hand while we cruised on the glassy smooth, clear water toward Hol Chan Marine Reserve. Along the way, Josh, Terry, Jason, and I all began talking with the other couple on our boat, Anne and. Lance. We were all enjoying some great conversation, a fun ride, beautiful scenery, and refreshing beverages. We arrived at Hol Chan and got our snorkel gear on before jumping in and following ...
... in "the fish's world" and he wouldn't say a word, to use at least. As soon as he entered the water a school of fish about 2 feet long swam straight up to him. Casually as anything he tickled one fish's belly as he swam off towards the reef. But the most amazing part was the stingrays, they were about 1 to 1.5m across. Juni would dive down and rub his fingers in front of a stingray with his arms held out like two ramps up to his shoulders, and amazingly the stingrays would swim straight ...