Hotel Las Golondrinas
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I'm very disappointed, I don't have a tan yet even after 1 whole day in the sun There's a large supermarket across the road from our hotel and Viv said we should try look there for a suitcase 'because it might be like Walmart'...how dumb is that, silly silly Vivien. I instead looked on Google translate and said to the pool waiter 'tengo que comprar una maleta' and he said in English ...
... all sold out, though probably was a god-send as he mentioned he never got in until 6am from the previous night. He opted to go see a UFC fight at a sports bar and Tam and I donned our ‘festival’ best gear (a Playa del Carmen tank-top / fedora hat for me and a newly purchased see-through dress and bikini for Tam) and off we went.
The line-up for the this night none of us were familiar with, Richy Ahmed (CFTUK, this guy is from Newcastle ...
... and celebrate their snorkel tests after a great completion of their Divemaster program. During these few days we celebrated three new Divemasters with great snorkel tests. For those who don't know what a snorkel test is, check a later entry where you can see our snorkel test! :-)
The most snorkel tests we had at Caletita de Tio Josť, just a few meters from BA at the ocean. Snorkel tests are always a lot of fun, after them we ...
... with tequila bottles and shoot them directly down your throat, or simply enjoy a drink and people-watching.
Having lived near there a couple of years ago, I headed to La Quinta to meet up with a friend and walk down the memory lane. Some of the the snapshots in my head were now only that. Images of a friendly area where tourists could hang out and feel like they're in a town away from home were now ...
... it out a lot longer than I thought we would.
On our last full day we just spent it at the beach. We were fairly spent from the night before and I had a bit of a cold on top of that so we took it very easy; Megs did some touristy shopping and spent a good chunk of the morning haggling over hammocks which was fairly amusing. The next day we were headed for our last stop of the trip. Cancun :-)