Hotel Ojo De Agua
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... and colors - amazing! I saw a giant manta ray and flocks of tropical fish; also some crabs and huge mussels... The water was crystal clear and turquoise.... It was like a dream :-) The only downside was the fact that we couldnīt take any pictures under water... After that we also snorkeled to a small "cenote" near the beach, called "Ojo del Agua". It's at the bottom of the sea and there is sweet water coming out of ...
Arrived yesterday after my looooooong 19 hour bus ride from San Cristobal - why they have so many speed bumps here is beyond me - literally every 2 minutes & they are annoyingly pointy!!! I'm pretty sure you could do the journey in a fraction of the time without them! The bus driver also loved 80s & 90s rave music at 1am, which was soooooo appreciated! Apart from that though, it was quite comfy & I did get a little bit of sleep! Walked 2 minutes to the hostel, checked in ...
... reefs due to their high reproduction rates- I have now seen three!
Saying goodbye to the two Ana's before their trip to Europe!
I think I have covered most of the interesting things the last couple of weeks... until next time :) Watch the video por favor, and another from Cozumel which you can access via that link!
Lots of love, Kim x
... been an absolute nightmare for me, I'm not used to working the solid 20 hours let alone the extra 10 hours I added on this week (and possibly next week,) due to feeling bad for asking for the week off when my family come (!!!) The conversations have been great actually, "working on my year abroad research project"/talking to my friends inbetween conversations and looking forward to my favourite meal at lunch- una gordita de papas con chorizo y ...
... the Colonia looking up old aquaintances and trying some little ‘Mom-and-Pop’ diner for supper. The 'world's best' cockteles de camerones (Mom, I stopped counting at 30 shrimp!) followed by....you guessed it....a few more cervesas (gotta keep your fluid levels up in this heat!).
Tomorrow we get our gear together and hop a bus for Puerto Juarez to see about a ferry to Isla Mujeres. Hope the whale sharks got their ...