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... and showing off, stopped for a coffee and watched the people, then looked round the shops with their beachwear and souvenirs.
We came across an amazing exhibition space called Casa del Viento, or House of Wind where a Gaudi-esque organic styled building was decorated with a mixture of Indian and Mexican wood carving and squeezed between two regular ...
... We once again nailed the dinghy launch through the surf. The info we have says that getting one's dinghy off the beach is harder than landing. From our perspective, it’s the other way around. We dropped Paul and Carol off then headed to Winterhawk, our home away from home.
After two days of hitting it hard, we decided to take the day off and just laze around. We figured we’d be swimming off the boat and generally hanging out. ...
... conversation and real learning:-)
Saturday was kind of a relax day:-) At the airport we'd got into one of those "take a tour of our hotel and get a free trip to Chitchen Itza" things. Of course we knew we weren't buying their hotel package but for 2 hours of our time we got an amazing breakfast and an all day tour. Why not? So after our hotel tour and free cab ride back to our cabana, we had a nice relaxing afternoon on the beach.
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... bookstore in the WHOLE WORLD, Alma Libre Bookstore, for a chat with Rob and Joanne, before we get home early to rest up for yet another grueling day of fun filled diving.
Allan, you, Wendy and Claudio should be here......you were talked about at dinner tonite with Brett and Kris! Frank and Leanne, you, too! Maybe we should all plan to be here together some time instead of tag team diving. What a concept. Eleanor made the best pico de gallo ...
... Posado el Moro. Puerto Morelos, is a small town, between Cancun and Playa del Carmen. It only has small hotels and definitely has a Mexican feeling to the town.
The next day, we got up early and headed to the border of Belize.At the border, we had to buy insurance and had to have our tires fumigated. The only humorous thing that happened at the border was when a metal sign fell on our rental car as we were buying insurance. Luckily, there was no damage but the timing was perfect!!!