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... hostel we got into one for free, but I didn't think much of it. Robin and I wandered to others with much the same thoughts, though for once the male/female ratio is closer to parity than it's been elsewhere. Gringos seem to be outnumbered by locals, though I don't mean local to the city but rather to the country. I gather this part of the country is where Mexicans do their holidaying. Unable to regain my buzz I cut out around 2am. ...
... with them. That was really cool and a lot of fun.
Later we enjoyed some great tacos and pozole at Otates. What a great evening with great people.
Cantina - New Blue Angel friends - Rachel's back
As told before after our family dive day were introduced into "The cantina", a mexican kind of bar where you drink beer and get some appetizer like ceviche, tacos, nachos and some other little food. We experienced many canitina days during ...
... two men with very Texan accents. I loved it. Smiling and ease dropping I listened in to what they were ordering. A burger.... with extra mayo, mustard but NO ketchup. Don't worry sir the burgers don't come with ketchup. Did you want bacon on it. The man hmm'd and haa'd and finally said in his Texan drawl. Yaaaaaa throw sum of that on there tooo. hehe. I was enjoying myself.
After exploring a littler more we sat and waited a little while for our flight. The gate ...
... out-of-season we were able to enjoy the cheap sun lounger deals, BOGOF beers, and knocked down prices for our superb beach massages. We also wanted to take advantage of the wonderful aquatic life Mexico so generously offers, so we decided to book the second half of our PADI Open Water scuba qualification. The theory and exams were completed at home before we left but we couldn't par-take in the practical dives at the time as Adam had just endured keyhole surgery on his ...
... turtles and fish, while on the shore big iguanas lazily paraded around and sunned themselves. Looking more closely, the pool dropped off dramatically in one spot near the edge - this was the entrance to a totally new experience for David.
The cavern system dropped below sea level meaning that there were two layers of water, salt on the bottom with fresh on the top and they don't mix (think back to Chemistry at school). When a diver passes ...