Hotel Pension San Juan
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... and before we know it we are £10 lighter and we've got a bottle of tequila I am convinced we will never drink!
We booked to attend a day trip at Xcaret, a kind of theme/ water park/ zoo thing which included river rapids you swam in with lifejackets and mini scuba fins. In the end it was surprisingly good value, there was so much to do and we only managed to cover around half of the activities on offer. We did the usual get a minibus to another bus stop for ...
... and the other bike we bought from one of the instructors, Immy from New Zealand. Both bikes we bought for 500 pesos each (approx. USD 35).
Well back to our first day at Blue Angel. Once arrived we met Julien and his girlfriend Anna (Australia), Michael from California and Ramon the shop manager and here we go, we grabbed tanks and jumped into the water for a little shore dive. That was a welcoming day! After such a long time of ...
... well worth the climb. The view is stunning. Jungle as far as you can see with a few other ruins poking their heads above the canopy. The sweat is running off me by this stage but get in some good shots before ducking for the small amounts of shade for a drink. We round up the pics and head down. The climb down isn't too bad despite the gradient and size of the stairs. We are well over by this stage and head out with an hour and half to spare before the bus arrives. We grab a bite ...
... His coat is thick and kind of woolly and hanging out with this little guy was certainly a first for all of us! I'm pretty sure Tim has already started planning on how he can buy one for a pet. Today we're going to spend a little time arranging a Jungle Maya tour for our group tomorrow. It's an all day tour including zip lines, repelling, snorkeling in a cenote and a few other surprises too I'm ...
I wake up with a wicked sore throat. Actually, I don't wake up with it, it has kept me up most of the night. It's probably the AC, or the strong sea winds we suffered through for an hour last night while waiting for Sabrina's hot-dog!
Speaking of which, here is what happened at the snack bar yesterday: There was a lot of people at the Snack Bar and the poor employee was overwhelmed. The fact that the Spanish guests would cut the line didn't help (three or four of ...