Hotel Bahia Chac Chi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... the camera?"
I leapt into the sea and started swimming in the wrong direction. I still have a tendency to veer to the right. It's actually quite difficult to see little boats from the water, and asking directions, in Spanish, from a passing dive boat whilst swimming along, and trying to avoid being minced, is also tricky. They took pity on me and answered in perfect English. Once on the right track I soon spotted some scuba divers ...
... found myself swimming behind the shark and getting great video of its ****. I was quickly becoming a Whale Shark **** expert. Lucky for us we came across another shark, or perhaps the same one on a return lap. Keep in mind, most sharks look the same from behind and I had only seen them disappearing into the distance. This time we pretty much had the shark to ourselves, the other groups on our boat had seen enough so Team Whale Shark had this one to ourselves. After a little ...
... Los de Pescado (a chain of fish taco restaurants) at 1.30pm. Because it took so long for us to get there we had to leave in plenty of time to get back. We all parked overlooking the Atlantic side of the island where it's windy and the sea is rough. In the restaurant the whole balcony had been booked for us so we could eat together. The food was good and relatively cheap. I find it hilarious that this place puts polythene bags over the plastic plates so there is ...
... american! We walked around a little bit and were constantly harassed by club staff. We stopped in a small bar on a side street and ordered strawberry margaritas. When they eventually arrived the strawberries were sour so let's just say that was our cue to get the bus back to 'real' Cancun!
Day 8: Monday, 6 January
We took a local bus to the ferry port, Puerto Juarez. It was only a 20min boat ride to Isla ...
... there. A good decision - it would have taken at least another couple of hours to walk there. After letting Eddy haggle with the driver over the cost of the journey we hopped out of the taxi and quickly felt that the effort taken to get there was very worthwhile.
However, when we tried to access the garden-like area which makes up the southernmost tip of the island, we discovered that it was 'cerrado' - or closed. Astrid and Eddy worked their magic with the security guard, ...