Hotel Bahia Chac Chi
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... and are just about as long as boat we were on. To say it was overwhelming and a little scary to see these things so close is an understatement. There are no words.
The captain turned the boat around and told the first set of people to get in the water and get ready to swim. They turned the motor off and with the swells happening in the water, we were just sitting in the open sea rocking up and down, side to side. And Jaime and I ...
... tan wedges we walk for ten minutes before we can flag down a combi. Between our apartment and the ferry stop there is minimal pavement. Most of it is sand and uneven ground, so wedges are not technically sensible footwear in this situation, and I feel totally overdressed for riding in a combi. The restaurant looks amazing. Sat right next to the lagoon with palapas roofs and soft lighting it looks very authentic. The dishes on the menu don't look ...
... der glatzköpfige Anteil der Menschheit nur den Sommer? Völlig verschwitzt haben wir unseren Weg nach Süden geradelt, weil da gemäss Julián ein Leuchtturm steht, der sich zu besichtigen lohnt. Wie das so passieren kann - es lag ganz klar an der Hitze - haben wir ihn nicht gefunden. Deswegen haben wir in die Pedale getreten und sind triefend und zombiemässig zurück nach Norden. ...
... didn't come at all! However the exciting news is that the permanent drip is out, and Pete just has a catheter in his hand now for drugs and today he should be starting on pills instead of fluid, but most exciting is that he was able to have lunch today - carrot soup, frozen vanilla yoghurt and pear juice. His first food since LA. small but giant steps! He is now able to shave and brush his teeth. It's amazing what we take for granted really. The folks in ...
I left the hostel for the ferry to Isla Mujeres in the pouring rain.... Still not Mexico!!
When I got there I discovered there isn't a whole lot to do there in the rain! But there was food to eat, cocktails to drink and a book to read... I was fairly content!
But when I woke the next morning the Mexico I expected ...