Hotel Arrecifes Suites
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Tuesday It was cold and windy today. We stayed in the apartment trying to entertain ourselves by making plans for when the weather breaks. In the evening we went to an Indian restaurant that had been recommended by friends. We caught a combi (a minibus with seats round every side and standing in the middle!) which was an experience for our guests. It got so packed I ended up having a man leaning right over me so I was trying to ...
... for East Timor. Still it's all good fun. Saw some Brazilian ladies at the pool yesterday in their intsy bintsy bikinis. So now I understand the Brazilian - you would have to have one of those because there is precious little fabric in the clothing! They sure stand out those ladies and they were having a great time too! However unfortunately Petes illness has continued so today we went back to the hospital and put in a claim under our insurance. What a rigmarole - it's so easy ...
... 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 O2 in London, but the noise was deafening, it was unbelievable! Everyone chanting, everyone screaming, everyone going crazy! So good! I also ate the "salchiiiichas, papaaaaas, salchiiiiichas, papaaaas" for the first time, as well as 3 "kibi, kibiiiiiiis, kibi, kibiiiis" <- trying to describe how the sellers walk around selling them... haha. Perfect day!
Later on in the week we were casually eating in ...
... and beers, the barman actually carrying over both cocktail and beer balanced on his head, and stayed here until Micha thought I had had enough and walked me out of the bar!
I realise at the moment that this blog is sounding more like a traditional brit abroad holiday, but tomorrow we are leaving our 5 star comfort and heading off to Merida for some more traditional streets and culture, and to be honest, I can’t ...