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The second day in Playa del Carmen started with a little bit of rain. Anyhow we decided to move and get around a little bit to find a nice place for breakfast. We stopped at a restaurant La Senada with 100% vegan food. They served really delicious food; an aztek cake what was a cake built with three layers of tortilla filled with different kind of veggies, topped with a green tomato salsa. It was served with a green salad, mayan herbs and frijoles. Very good!
it was not a day ...
... super yummy) and afterwards decided to go to the farewell party of Simon, a Swiss friend of us. There we got to say goodbye the remainder of the incomings and ilinks, because a big part had already left the city during the previous week. A few tears were shed, because no one knew when there would be next reunion with the new friends.
I had planned to leave at midnight, keeping the 10am flight the next morning in mind, but ended up ...
... fastest fish traveling at 120 km/hr but this one was slowly swimming down, slow enough for us to see its beautiful fluorescent blue fin and also same color stripes in the body and the long sword type mouth it was beautiful.
We had a super great time with the sharks, Sabrina marked it off from her bucket list but we all should be so grateful for the opportunity to experience something like this even if it was not in our bucket list.
Back at the pier we and to wait ...
... coconut - as we had gone mildly feral earlier and (with the help of a local) hacked into a fresh coconut, drank the milk and tore at it and eaten the lovely white innards; which was when I explained that I was a dab hand at this as the film 'Castaway' was actually based on me when my RyanAir flight had gone array on a trip to France and crash landed somewhere in the tropics, tough times but I made it through - but she declined and ruthlessly stole some nachos from a ...
... we are, getting of a plane at Cancun airport, 6 pieces of luggage in tow, and our beautiful 14 year old Cassis is getting checked out by the airport's vet. She like us has 2 inches of paperwork that is getting perused, stamped, signed and more. We are all anxious to get into that rental car (for now) and start our adventure or as Mexicans say el Tercera Edad (the 3rd stage of ...