Hotel Hacienda del Caribe
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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We've spent five nights in Mexico and in almost a week we pretty much did nothing "Mexican". At first, we were jet-lagged and I wasn't feeling so wonderful our first day here, so we spent more of the day inside our apartment rental. The next day, I thankfully felt better, but we didn't know that I would so we didn't book any excursions, but we did enjoy a delicious meal at a Venezuelan restaurant across the street from us on the recommendation ...
... resonating from the roofs. We were driven to our suite building in a little golf car and deposited at our lovely room which is huge with two double beds (in case one of us gets in a huff) a free mini bar, a balcony, a living room area, a large bathroom consisting of fancy shower AND large jacuzzi bath and enough wardrobe space to house all of Dan's chinos - we were most pleased. We decided to change out of ...
... news. Not only was it a gorgeous turquoise and white beach hut that was clean and had hot water, wi-fi and heaps of space, it was $10 each for the night. Ridiculous!!! So we moved from Dirty Mcnasty's as soon as possible. The sun was absolutely pounding down so we spent the day literally doing laundry, chilling out & settling into the island lifestyle. Brayden was in the hut next door so we planned to have drinks & dinner later that evening. In the afternoon I ...
... dark side of the cave out to the light I was inspired by the fact that after 15 years of diving I could still discover a whole new world. We floated through the maze of formations making sure that buoyancy was perfect so as not to break anything. After 43 mins I came up speechless.
Chino packed me and the gear up and off we drove to the second cave Dos Ojos. This cavern is only 8m deep and is much more about swimming through different formations which ...
... series of noisy blows from his blow hole. When we joined hands in a circle, Seeq raced at top speed around us, circling very quickly a number of times. It was amazing to feel the water push against us and to see his speed as he cut through the water. Then we were directed to line up shoulder to shoulder, and at the whistle of the trainer, Seeq jumped high out of the water over us, and back into the water. It all happened so quickly!!
Next, we individually were ...