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... We left the theatre and was waiting for a buggy back to our room when I'm not kidding you the size of this bug that landed on my shoulder could have given me a heart-attack!!! It landed with its creepy legs and I had to flick it off and I could not believe the size of it! Then we got back to our room and Ella nearly got smacked in the face with a bat so it made for a laughable evening! That's one thing me and Ella haven't stopped doing is ...
... the tree and then used a machete to cut bunches of coconuts which were lowered by ropes. About 50 or 60 trees were harvested over two days.
After returning from San Blas on the 2nd day, we had a wonderful dinner at sunset. The restaurant had some wonderful hand crafted tables made from huge cross-cut slabs from a tree. Larry would have loved to take one home.
... with Scuba diving and each dive never fails to amaze me... exciting things we saw were turtles, lion fish, eels and at one point we were surrounded by 3 barracudas.
The following weekend it was then time for our trip to Puerto Morelos, again, check out the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a43vgtzv YRY. We went 28m to a Shipwreck called Juan Escutia which was really, really impressive! Exploring the wreck ...
the shops are closed or just plain slow. Missing most noticeably is the bookstore,
Alma Libre, but there are still many places to wander and great places to eat . We tried a few new ones
this time around. The Loco Tejone next to the Catholic Church was a great find.
The food excellent and the service great………..also free wi-fi. They make a great carrot and lime water! We
also ate in the Colonia across the highway ...
... the sea grass and detritus that has washed ashore with the waves and wind during the nite and making the beach pretty for all the tourists. It is unfortunate that this is necessary as it is the wet sea grass on the sand that helps prevent the erosion by the winds. Without all this damp grass half the beach ends up blown up the side streets and into the various yards and properties that line the beaches. I do appreciate the garbage being picked ...