Mosquito Beach Hotel
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... Palace and wow, i was completely lost for words! I knew it was a fancy hotel but it was more spectacular then I'd ever imagined ! And it was based practically on the beach! I was amazed. Although this didn't seem like the type of place for a group of school students and the prices were very expensive and there were a lot of old guests and honeymooners. I went to the lobby and the friendly customer servicemen escorted me to the room, it was ...
... of the sea grass as the turtles greedily munched on the marine plant life. Casually flipping their flippers to catch a breath at the surface, the instructor would push me forward allowing me to glide through the water parallel with the turtle, which was typically about half my size in length. It was such a surreal experience swimming with wild sea turtles and one of the best in my life so far! We then rented a couple of push bikes and spent a relaxing afternoon in ...
To those of you that have been on this tour with me, I just want to say I will miss you all, it's been an amazing adventure and I have enjoyed all of your guys company. Andres, thanks for the help on the way, best of luck with everything, look us up if your ever in New Zealand. Ane, Dan, Marc, Nanne, Peter, Poppy, Phyllis, Sabrina, Stephen, Stefanie, Tariq & Thomas, you guys ...
... usual bus ride through Wellington that's for sure! We arrived in Playa del Carmen in the early evening to find the streets were buzzing - this really is a party town! After some delicious Mexican food (including guacamole - which I just can't get enough of, the avocado here is so good!) we went for a walk through the streets and soaked up the atmosphere - so much going on, was great to just get amongst it all! We popped into a bar for a couple of drinks where the ...
... which sparked us up a bit. Upon arrival on Isla Holbox we were greeted by a swarm of mosquitoes, potentially even more than Utila which was hard to believe and definitely a shock after being mosquito-free for so long. Holbox was a sleepy island, it's main attraction being the whale shark tours. We chose Holbox over the alternative of Isla Mujeres as we didn't want to be surrounded by flash hotels and tourists before we had to - turns ...