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... the afternoon. Not a problem, I was all ready. So I went to the dive school (not far, it is attached to our hotel) and started gearing up, when I learned that my instructor wanted to take me in the open water and do my pool dive this afternoon instead. Also fine by me. So we geared up, jumped off a quay, and did some exercises. Then we swam around a bit but the current was really strong, we couldn’t do many of the planned activities. So my instructor suggested that we ...
... month we spent at Otates with Federico, Chiara and their italian friend Marco. Since tonight we also know how to crack a locked door. Then when we came home after the dinner we couldn't open our bedroom door as we locked it before and the lock didn't want to open. In panick we wrote Ken and Rachel and five minutes later they both came by. Ken took a spoon, poked a little bit between the door and the frame and voilą he unlocked the door! What a picklock! ...
... keepers were flogging plastic ponchos and umbrellas, always quick to make a buck! With the forecast not looking good we decided to get the coach back to Cancun and just got on the 3.30pm for the hour long trip home. It was still raining when we arrived in Cancun, we crossed the road from the bus station over to the market and did a super market sweep for supplies and jumped in a taxi for home. Dinner and drinks and a night in while it's blowing a gale ...
... then Playa Del Carmen... Here we come! Pete spotted a windmill on the way so that was a promising start. The bush is beautiful, it reminds me of Sri Lanka, lush, fast growing and a wild tangle of many different plants. There are plenty of palms all different shapes and sizes. As we get closer to Playa we start seeing the resorts, and you can tell you are in south Mexico because the architecture all borrows heavily from the Mayans. Much is stunning, some is just OTT. ...
Early wakeup and breakfast at buffet. Went into town without any plans. We went shopping and walked around through the city. Lunch was at La Mission, which was delicious and pretty authentic. It was rainy and grey most of the day, so not a great day to do much in Cozumel.
Not many notes written in our notebook after this.
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