El Duende del Mar
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... plastic crocodile that are placed at the end of the line. It was unbelievably great to dive in these waters the first time. the water is invisible so you have the impression that you float like in space.
The second dive was the Bat Cave line. It has its name from the cave that you can reach after about 20 minutes of the dive in which live many bats. Also this line was very nice and we enjoyed every bit of it.
It was a really wonderful day!
I spent my last evening in Monterrey trying out a newly opened restaurant in the mall that opened basically next to my house. Hannes and I had decided to use this opportunity to exchange a few last words before we parted, and also to introduce his girlfriend to Mexican Experimental Cuisine. She had arrived a day before. We all had some pretty experimental food options (burger patties with mixed minced marinated in beer with caramelized apples for ...
We also saw suckerfishes from tiny 2 or 3 inches all the way to 3 foot long that was swimming below the boat when we were getting out one time and we thought it was like a baby shark.
In one of my swims when I was watching a shark I noticed another swimmer looking at something behind me and swimming fast to get to a place behind me, for a second I thought there was another share behind me that I have not seen but when I turned I saw a beautiful sailfish. It ...
... have now named the racoon Bernice when I realised she had some pretty handsome teats and referring to her as a gent was just not good form. I managed to get a photo of her cute little face close up (with my posh camera alas - my iPhone does not get close enough) we were sat reading in our sun loungers and suddenly Bernice's fuzzy mug appeared betwixt us with her tiny human hand reaching for my alcohol free piña colada, perhaps she is pregnant too. We offered her ...
... restaurants. Most of all we found reasonable prices and welcoming locals.The ensuing 12-13 years, our eventual retirement, became a side-bar to many of our trips and so we discovered Costa Rica, Panama, Honduras, Dominican Republic, Belize and Nicaragua, each with handfuls of merits, as well as some demerits. And then a trip in 2011 opened our eyes to the Posibilities.