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... border we'd seen on the trip with nice buildings and signs telling you where to go. Papers and stamps all went through fine but the bag searching was funny. They has this button you had to press and if it turned green then you were fine, but randomly it goes red and then your the one to get your bag searched. Obviously they chose . . . . not me :) I was so happy, they normally always get me but nope, Mexico likes me. All made it through safe and sound and then we had a small 20 ...
... 80 - and with that Amanda and I attended 5 classes each (full functional body movements) over 4 days incorporating a few break days in between. After all this training, green smoothie drinking and fun in the sun our bodies were singing our praises!
We were very fortunate to still be in contact with a friend, named Ties, that we made in Guadalajara in early February. Since meeting she had moved to Playa del Carmen and was still there when we arrived. Ties ...
... high on a cliff above the turquoise sea and the beach of Akumal where I had been promised I would snorkel with turtles and sting rays. As you can imagine I was having trouble managing my own expectations on this one, the visibility wasn't great but I saw a huge turtle so I went home happy. Now the real adventure begins, a long travel day tomorrow to Belize, one of the places on my trip that I'd always wanted to go. Planes 2 Buses 1 Collectivo 3 Trains Taxis 1 ...
... organized. It consisted of first a prayer or blessing by a myan in his traditional language, then repelling down into a cenote, next two high ziplines through the jungle (one facing backward the other forward), a 4×4 ride though the jungle, another zipline but this time into a cenote landing in the water, then snorkeling through underwater caves (amazing), next was a fantastic myan feast and finally a hike back through the jungle! (All ...