Hotel Hacienda del Caribe
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... Mamita’s the crowd outside the fences of the festival on the sand was full of PYT’s (pretty young things), ripped torsos for Tam and g-strings and fake boobs for me, for far as the eye could see all coolly bopping away to the mesmerising sounds of house music from the festival. The deal was you could spend $25USD to get inside the fences or BYO booze and listen to the tunes for free on the beach with the masses. I decided to get in a 1km training ...
... swimming towards us before it disappeared in the deep blue again.
Now it was time to start our Rescue Course so we are ready to officially start our DM program. As Rachel was back, we could start with the course. Joe who arrived a few days ago was doing the Rescue and later the DM program with us. Doing the Rescue was a lot of fun but also hectic - underwater and on land - the instructors Rachel and Immy and their ...
Our next destination... Xel Ha natural aquarium theme park. It's the largest natural aquarium in the world. For $40 we had unlimited access to the park, snorkelling with 90 different marine species including a range of fish and stingrays. Unlimited food and drink/alcohol. We floated through mangrove tunnels, went to an isolated beach, saw dolphins being cheeky and showing off, and snorkelled in ...
So I'm finally here in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. Angel and myself drove that little jeep you see in the photos, from Los Angeles all the way to Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. It took about 7 days. I'd say it was an average of about 12 hours a day driving.
We started by driving down Baja California and then we stopped in Mulege, and then La Paz, then we took a ferry to Mazatlan, then drove to Guadalajara, then to Vera Cruz, then to Campeche, then finally to ...
... on the leafy avenue of hotels and villas that stretches south from the hotel in the morning and either being too knackered, or fearful of spending more large sums on shiny things, in the evening. And that fear proves well-founded as we take an evening constitutional down Avenida Quintada after our post-Coba beach session. Intending to pick up just a little memento or two - a fridge magnet perhaps or maybe some fine Mexican coffee - before choosing ...