Hotel Mary Carmen
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... After a few games of volleyball, a heavy rainstorm blow in and we ran to the room. We returned to the beach later in the afternoon, but it was still drizzly and overcast. The seaweed still filled the beach and crews from the resort were collecting and burying ...
... dive and took plenty of shots and that is the result - not bad, isn't it? :-) We are greatful to have had the chance to witness the beauty of the ocean in such wonderful reefs and along deep walls. Cozumel is a paradise for diving and offers great drift diving and a lot of fun, too! <b>Camera</b> All these pictures are taken with a Canon S120 and a little bit of light from the Light & Motion ...
... diving school instructors’ house to get some alcohol into our systems. From there on we continued to a Bar & Restaurant where I had a very late dinner and was introduced to Peanut Butter Tequila. That is some pretty crazy stuff, tastes very strange in the beginning, but it grows on you like so many things. He would not share the recipe, but I guess it was just tequila with peanut butter thrown into a mixer and given a good whirl. Might try that myself later :)
... the water instead of retreating to boat. She was rewarded shortly after when a turtle that slowly swam past the divers decided to take a breath of air within touching distance away from her.
Everyone was excitedly talking about the dive over a tasty lunch and eager to get back in the water for the second dive, this time at a dive site called Paradise. The second dive was equally as good as first although ...
... trip to Caye Caulker. I was arriving with little knowledge which meant few expectations of Caye Caulker. So I was completely surprised when we climbed from the boat and discovered a melting point of real rusta Jamaican style guys, eagerly wanting to show you around or help you find a place to stay (at a cost of cause). The island was tiny, completely made up of sandy paths, no paved roads existed anywhere. After searching for hours online prior to arriving, we'd ...