Le Reve Hotel & Spa
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... the 2 if required. Not to mention 2 masks and 3 lights! In some aspects, you're going down with twice the amount of equipment as a recreational diver. It's forced me to realize just how important good equipment is. This is an expensive sport. Of course equipment is only part of the story. Training supersedes equipment, and boy did we train. We spent our first day getting used to the gear. The second day learning how to follow a line underwater, either visually or by ...
... we learnt that it was a totally new complex recently constructed on the Riviera Maya shore. Since September 2014 Platinum Yucatan Princess has been going through so called "soft opening" and it will be fully opened before the end of this year. As a result of its limited capacity, it was much cheaper to stay in the resort than itīll be in the future. After a grand opening the resort will probably cost twice or three times more. Just to give a rough idea we paid ...
... the door....oh well, you live and learn.
XPlore park is set on a series of underground caves full of stalactites and stalagmites and underground river systems- think Yanchep Cave x 1000. Going from one activity to another you walk for 10 minutes through these caves, with people grabbing onto ancient stalagmites as if they're some variety garden rocks. The greenies would have a fit!!!
Got to drive an amphibious vehicle through ...
... runs promotions and events. Meeting up with her turned out to be a brilliant idea. Not only was she able toget us into VIP, but she and I got on like a house on fire. Awesome chick. Kools closed down at 10pm, and so we headed back down the beach to drink and eat hamburgersbefore heading to another club called Blue Parrot for the after party. We both made the decision to cancel our plans to go home the next morning. We headed back to our ...
... buy food and things we need at home. In the afternoon, we were thrown straight into work by studying our first excursion. We went to Rio Secreto which has been selected as one of the worlds top ten Maya-themed family activities. Basically, it's a massive underground water-filled cave system. I figured I've seen big caves before, but this was something else! Simply amazing! A guide took us through the caves in a fun and intsresting way. We were wearing wetsuits, helmets and ...