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TravelPod Member ReviewsSunBreeze Hotel San Pedro
All my divers were very happy with my choice of hotel.
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We left Puerto Aventuras at 0630 on Staturday the 23rd of May - in convoy with C-Level. Good winds, and no problems that a quick divorce wouldn't fix. We were doing about ten knots with the Gennaker up. There were a couple of minor setbacks: When we switched to the Genoa we found the furler was on backwards. Then a line got caught around the rudder. I was in the water and ready to deal with it, when it fixed itself - bugger!
We arrived at Bahia de la ...
Seems this second half of the trip is about relaxing and slowing down (save for the few who went caving-which is very cool). Today was another scorcher after a cool morning and we sought refuge at one of the local hotel pools after a quick stop in town. For breakfast, I tried fry jacks which was quite yummy. It's like fried dough that can be stuffed with either stuffings or just butter & jam. It's oddly quiet, but it is Sunday morning. Not much is ...
... t matter. I spent the first afternoon there relaxing in a hammock reading in the sunshine. It was great. Then in the evening I went to the little restaurant for dinner. They did it family style where they push all the tables together and all the guests eat together. What a great idea! I met some truly amazing people that night and had one of the best nights ever. There was Joanna and Trevor from Buffalo, Becca and Brooklin from California and Nick from Panama. We had some great ...
... Colorado, Toronto, Montreal and of course, us truly, well....you know where we're from. Most of these folks were over 50, and it is funny because if was only about 10:30 and some of them were ready to hit the hay. Deborah and I were two-minded about whether to go into the village and hit one of the bars or just stay at home and celebrate by ourselves ( we opted for the latter)....hmmmm....and then we got up at midnight and watched the fireworks from ...
... coated rebar is something that concrete buildings near the sea could benefit from. We always have the engineer provide a note to ensure that rebar is free of rust but there is no way that any raw steel here is free of rust. I suspect that it continues to gnaw away, cracking the pilasters and beams it provides strength to. Frankly I can't think of another solution aside from sand blasting just before a pour. Rust eats everything here... Ambergris caye ...