Hotel Ojo De Agua
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... as we exited the bus by a Brazilian dwarf in pirate regalia. This is going to be an interesting night!
Our ship was a wooden replica pirate ship and the crew were all dressed as characters from Pirates of the Carribean. As we boarded they were swinging over the decks on ropes and climbing the masts. Set sail as the cocktails started flowing and ...
... to the lodge with enormous grins on our face, evidence of the once-in-a-lifetime achievement.
The next day we had a guided tour of the entire city, learning much about the fascinating Mayan culture and ingenuity, repeatedly blowing the minds of us mere peasants. After the mornings tour we headed to our next destination across the border into Belize.
The town of San Ignacio gave us the option of visiting the Mayan city, Caracol or exploring caves on various modes ...
... of us were any good at the compass reading during our Open Water certificate, so we weren't looking forward to this one... No need to worry, it was actually really easy once we got the hang of the lubberline/bezel. Underwater, we had to navigate backwards and forwards, and then in a square using the compass readings, N, E, S, W.
5) Nocturno/Night Dive. Scheduled for a Thursday night soon!
I have fallen ...
... Americas food court when I suddenly saw this giant, cool as anything, man sitting down with an "I am swag" T-shirt... I then saw his equally tall friend stand up, I immediately realised that they were two basketballers from Los Pioneros! I recognised them as Villanueva and Hernandez, but had to double check on google afterwards haha, Hernandez played incredibly on Sunday and I couldn't stop staring at them like an idiot. Then, when I went to ...
... phrasebook and some luck, we are off!
Before I begin writing about the trip I have some sad news, unfortunately my flip flops are no longer with us! This is a very sad time for me, I bought my flip flops on my first trip to Cambodia for 3 USD and since then they have been to about 10 countries with me. I wore them so much that the soles had taken on the shape of my foot and I wore a hole all the way through. So, ...