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... said 'yes' when I knew it was a surprise to him too (you normally pay more for the privilege of seeing the ocean). We quickly unpacked and Mike was starving so we went on the hunt for dinner. Obviously all the main restaurants on the sea front are expensive because this is where the Cruise ships dock so it's tourist central. However we found a really nice quiet tourist free restaurant called Rock 'n' Java with reasonable priced delicious food. I had white fish ...
Another early start for a pointless lecture! We then headed down to a lagoon for a snorkel. Saw loads of fish but nothing too big - I'm itching to see a barracuda! This afternoon we went with a guide around the bay. Saw 8 turtles plus loads of other species. Best dive yet. Evening lecture followed by few drinks st the local bar. This place is like a time share - in order to do the amazing diving you have to sit through lots of ...
... misread the time on our invitation, which at least was addressed to "Mr and Mr Luff" this time. To satisfy Coman's pride we might need to change our names by deed-poll in the future; people would be able to say they're having the Luff-Kennys round to dinner. Flinging on our evening outfits in double-quick time we race downstairs to the Riviera Ballroom where we are greeted at the stairs with a cocktail by the host and shown through to the ballroom itself. No notions ...
... a scooter-meh! Ended up going out to dinner downtown (more expensive) as there was a local band on down there. Found an ok priced place to eat and then spent the next twenty minutes getting attacked by ants. When I moved chairs an extremeley drunk Mexican firstly kept asking my name over and over and wanted to buy me a drink. Then his friend came over and kept asking the same so I eventually gave in and got a tequila. Crazy, drunk Mexican then decided to ...
... the car. It looks quiet intimidating with the occupants leaning against the car, hands off the roof.
Akumal is a sleepy little village on the Riveria Maya coast. Dozen restaurants and bars. We are staying in Half Moon Bay, a gorgeous setting. The area is well known for its snorkelling. At any time, you will see a dozen snorkellers checking out the marine life throughout the bay. During the nesting ...
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