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... by then. We went to a street kitchen place and had Pozole (mexican soup) and some crispy tacos. The tacos were a bit dry, but the pozole was good. Later we met Marc. We had again some intersting conversations about everything and nothing. Leo started to talk to an Elsassian guy called Fabian about diving. A few hours later Marc and us went for late dinner, as we had eaten a few hours before we weren't very ...
... fish than I had ever seen. The visibility was better and the diversity was huge.
We spend out last couple of days cruising the island on a golf buggy, Paccy wasn’t happy to leave until we had taken one for a drive, as it turned out he broke it and we had to order in another. The island is very relaxed and we were luckly to be there before the summer rush, we had most places to ourselves. Isla Mujeres is a great place for a family trip or to see the Whale Sharks in June to ...
... to give everybody on the resort a show!). The rest is exactly the same. Oh, no, I lied: we have two sinks instead of one. And a flat screen TV (Sabrina will love this). And a creepy painting of a child on the wall (we are certain that kid will come out of the painting at night and haunt us). The hairdryer has two adapters now. The bathrobes came with plastic slippers. The couch is leather instead of fabric. And I have 6 beers in the fridge instead of ...
... that morning that it was a beach that would rival the best in the world and with soft white sand and blue green water, I'd be inclined to agree. After a beachside lunch, we settled with drinks and comfy loungers for a perfect afternoon. We finished our time in Tulum with great food, followed by drinks at a bar with swings and some live music. Next stop was a quick hop back up the coast and the last few days of Suzy's ...