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... with Scuba diving and each dive never fails to amaze me... exciting things we saw were turtles, lion fish, eels and at one point we were surrounded by 3 barracudas.
The following weekend it was then time for our trip to Puerto Morelos, again, check out the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a43vgtzv YRY. We went 28m to a Shipwreck called Juan Escutia which was really, really impressive! Exploring the wreck ...
I guess I don't need to say it is July here, nor do I need to mention that it is México, and yes, I know México in July is going to be warm, but, who cares, I am in MEXICO! Right? Well, actually, I must admit, it is hotter than I expected. Not so much hot as humid and………..well… 8230;.HOT! I am Canadian and therefore the most oft talked about subject is the weather. So…….. that being ...
... before. It was really good to get an actual feel for a place and start to understand the culture and the history properly, I really feel like we got to see the best of what Mexico has to offer and it has a lot to offer.
The tour started by heading to Puebla, along the way we stopped to see Popocateptl an active volcano on the outskirts of Mexico City which has been pretty active for the last 18 years but no eruptions yet. It’s also the second tallest volcano ...
We are not much on busy tourist cities.
So, did not spend time here. We stayed the night only because we
spent to much time on a back road in Rio Lagartos. So then left early
the next morning. No pics sorry, guess I should have taken some of
all the high rises. Sorry
... and climnb the viewing towers that would enable us to see over the mangrove jungle out towards the sea and the reef 3 km away.
Part way thru our 2 hour walk thru the jungle we came to the viewing towers. Now if you really want an adventure, skip those touristy zip lines through the jungle and try climbing a 20 meter tower made of chicken wire and rotting boards, anchored to a thin mangrove tree swaying in the 20km/hr ...