Hotel Aqua Luna
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- Swimming pool
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... either I will not find somewhere to watch and come back angry and disappointed or I will watch it and we will lose and I will come back angry and disappointed or I will come back and we will have won." I waved off the fiery optimist and settled into my alone time by the pool. Well, the things I saw and heard from my perch: raccoons sneaking into people's bags and then hiding up trees, the weird cat/ dog/ ...
... drink before heading back.
Chris and I have been on many little tours of similar nature but this one was excellent. Michael knew his stuff and thought of every detail to make this trip educational, enjoyable and comfortable. We cannot think of an experience that we would have liked better than this trip as a wonderful birthday present for Chris. Kudos to Michael!
... so much from your fellow travellers and of cause create amazing memories you will treasure forever. We all spent a couple of nights together going out & many laughs were had as we dined in this foreign country to us all. Our first meal together saw us ordereding a dish off the menu called "potato chemistry"we just couldn't resist with a name like that. We were all too intrigued and out came a pretty uneventful plate of sliced potato lathered ...
... like an elephant in a tu-tu!!
In a nutshell, our time was low key and relaxing. There is not a whole lot going on, but it is cheap and easy. The beach is nice, but heaving with locals trying to sell you anything from friendship bracelets and bad t-shirts to tacos and bad cooked bananas in a little steam train (check out the pics!!) The water is lush, but the waves and the rips make it a little rough. Great for surfing and body-boarding (of which we did neither).
... thought Jaime and I were peace workers We were the only white girls on the bus and apparently they don't see a lots of backpackers in the area we were in. I gave him my Canadian flag patch for my backpack because i wanted to give him something as well. We arrived at the bus station 4 hrs later and were told that our next bus was arriving there to take us to Sarteneja. We waited for about 20 mins when a man that we had spoke to in Chetumal came up to us and told us we ...