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An idea about prices in Mexico,these will differ from place to place and of course where one buys, prices in Mexican pesos, today the exchange rate 1 peso = £22 or 14 US
Luxury bus overnight 500kms 450 pesos
breakfast 45 -65 (eggs etc)
beer 12 at shop 25 -35 restaurant
meals 55 180 (steak) , or more if one eats seafood
snacks at stalls 10, tostadas, tortillas
home made potatoe crisps ...
... but operate under a different brand name.
Well, I ended up on a second class bus. And every time there was a run-down Mayab pulling in, I was hoping that it was not mine yet. The ones I have seen looked really ****** and I had no desire to ride in them for four hours. A few run-down Mayabs pulled in, but luckily mine was not amongst them. So a few minutes after the scheduled departure, my bus finally pulled in. Yes! It was a brand new model, not older than five years ...
... the most famous dive sites near Cozumel Island and it was… so disappointing!
However, the visibility was awesome (some 30 meters) and we managed to see very nice coral formations. We even swam through three tunnels but the problem was that there were no fish or marine life. I mean there were some small ones and we actually spotted two big lobsters. It was still a nice dive thanks to the corals and the visibility but besides that ...
... And once again, 'Aunt' Pam insisted on shouting our beers. We argued twice, but then submitted to the freebies. Thanks again for another great time Pam and Jen! Sights: Our first morning in Cozumel we hired a scooter to ride around the island and grabbed some snorkling gear. After a delicious breakfast burrito (with pork for Joe, we are in Mexico) we headed to the south of the island where it was really beautiful and wild. We stopped at Money Bar ...
... a swim in the cold fresh water! Then it was lunch (tacos) and then on to Chichen Itza! A very very hot walk around (Karina said she almost died!?) with the tour guide to learn about the Mayans. Still a lot to be discovered. The majority of the Mayan (other Mexican cultures aswell) buildings, documents and history was destroyed by the Spanish when they invaded/overran in the 1800s. They thought it as 'black magic'. A walk around a few tombs, alters, human ...