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... he had found a crocodile, and that I should grab my snorkeling gear immediately - the water was very clear and I would never get a better underwater shot. I flinched and reacted like the coward I was proven to be - "No way Josť! Not this little black duck!" Ken's disappointment in my character was palpable. If I wouldn't do it, he would! Well I couldn't have that so I abandoned the sauce and got the gear. We picked up Becky and George on the way in - the fact ...
... chant of "Maybe later, maybe later! I’m Eva, nobody else! Only Eva! Maybe later!" Somehow they got my name and wrote it down. Couple of little sharks they were! I was totally had, it was hilarious! Then once I had managed to extract myself from the crazy little business women, in we went and it was up, up and more up to go to the view point. Semuc Champey is a series of pools of water of an amazing turquoise colour, each flowing into the next one like steps over the rocks making ...
... with visiting three snorkeling spots, snacks, drinks, lunch, cocktails, ceviche, fruit, gear and the experience of sailing in the Caribbean. That’s 65$US for the ones too lazy to do the math themselves ;) I had talked to Said the day before about going on the trip, and as he was staying another night but did not have any special plans himself, he offered me to use his GoPro underwater camera, which was a very generous offer I gladly accepted. Otherwise I would not have had ...
... style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: small; line-height: normal;">The next stop was shark Ray alley where there were about 30 2 metre+ nurse sharks swimming around the boat which we could jump in with and swim with. After they left Caveman jumped in with us and took us on a reef tour where we saw some spotted eagle Ray, a moray eel and some more sharks. The best part of the tour was actually Caveman himself and he told some great stories. He was ...
... talk to.
8 La Cubana Hostel, Sleep Boxes. Boxes is right, the room had a bunk bed with about 1 metre squared of available floor space.
Distance Travelled (approximate kilometres)
By Air 21433 (http://www.airmilescalculator.com/)
By Road 8907 (according to Google Maps and http://www.travelmath.com/drive-distanc e/ and not including day trips, etc)
By boat 1070 kilometres
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Beach Front, # 7 Coconut Drive, San Pedro | 3 star hotelfrom $136
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Coconut drive, San Pedro | 3 star hotelfrom $233
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- PERFECT LOCATION!!
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