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Travel Blogs from Isla Mujeres
... the island which was a lot of fun. We took a few stops along the way.
- Visited a turtle farm and fed the turtles
- literally made a Mexican mans day when we brought drinking coconuts from him
- drive through alcohol store where we did tequila shots and got a beer for the road (they tell us drink driving is ok here)!
Would've loved to go snorkeling too but the centre wasn't open due to rough weather ...
... babes from Spain, who just laid on their beds looking beautiful, not talking to anyone. Nobody needed to talk when it came to the humidity, as we all suffered equally during the night. I must have woken up four times, but I still managed to get a very good sleep. In the morning I was awoken by fresh coffee and toast, but that was the extent of the desayuno selection. I couldn't help but notice a new person was in the room, who must have shown up in the middle of the night. ...
... that Matt had only dreamed of up until now! We took a small boat out and it took over an hour to get to where the whale sharks are feeding at this particular time of the year. The excitement we got from when we first saw the giant back and tail fins of the whale sharks above the water was one of a kind. It wasn't long before we saw dozens of them swimming on the surface around our boat and we were absolutely in awe of them.
... but never rebuilt. It looked like some of the bombed out buildings from Full Metal Jacket or Saving Private Ryan. All there but no front walls...lol. The perfect place to put my hammock and spend a day or two ocean side. I will definitely return to this place and settle down for a few days on the beach!
I made it back to the condos I entered the beach from and walked a little ways before catching a bus back to the center of town and closer to ...
... sand underneath your feet. It is the perfect temperature too, the temperature a heated pool would be. At the end of the tour, the guide said I swam like a mermaid! Mexico Capital: Mexico City Major Languages: Spanish 92.7%, Indigenous 0.8%, Spanish and indigenous combined 5.7% Population: 111,000,000 Currency: Peso Life expectancy: 75.84% Literacy rate: 92% Religions: Roman Catholic 76.5%, Protestant ...
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