Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen
... coast, and if you climb some ropes and ignore the "do not cross signs" (which I used my, me no hablo espanol excuse, although everyone; I'm sure knows what a big red "X" ) you can capture the blue water and a scenery which is truly breath taking. The photos I took could easily be found on a 16 year olds tumblr which a clever caption in ...
... Jodi gave me. The ride started out well, Jodi and Danny went up top to where the captain is, and the rest stayed on the bottom, with the guide, as they were getting the bait ready. We were using 7-10 inch frozen fish for bait. They got the outriggers and depth weights ready, so that we could have 10 lines in at the same time, and not get tangled as we troll. Then the rain came again. The rains came and Jodi and Danny came down from up top, and told we are around 500 feet deep ...
... a few completely trivial things
that I am very proud of :-) I got a wicked tan, went jogging on the
beach, learned to boogie board and I played beach and water
volleyball (thus conquering my fear of getting hit on the face with a
Today I met the lady that is cleaning
our rooms and guess what??? Yes, she is a sister! Her and her husband
started studying at the same time and got baptized together 2 ...
... bus. Francis (from the congregation in Corozal, Belize) has arranged 3 cars to come and pick us up and take us to Corozal from the border! One is just for our luggage and the other two for us. They'll pick us up from the bus terminal and on the way to Corozal we'll stop off in the Free Zone in Belize for lunch before they drop us off at our hotel. We're amazed by their generosity! Brotherly love right from the start :-)
... of events are for members of our community only’ would have sufficed. Having traveled reasonably broadly I can attest that Israelis unfortunately have a reputation of being ‘difficult’ whilst overseas. We’ve witnessed a variety of episodes in the past and it’s not to say it’s any worse than ‘drongoism’ typical of Aussies or British lads but it’s clear that some of the mud sticks. It’s not uncommon to see signs out the ...
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