Kabah-na Eco Resort
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Today I start the real adventure I've set out to complete. Playa was an easy place to start because I knew the town and my way around, as well I knew ppl living and staying there. Today however I boarded a bus to Mahahual, Mexico, with no place booked for tonight. To be honest I didn't even know how I was going to get to Mahahual as the bus only went to Limones, Mexico, about 60 Kms short of my destination. However the ticket agent at the bus depot in Playa assured me ...
Well, November 13th dawned with overcast skies - quite a difference from the sun-baked sea-day yesterday. We had an excursion to a beach club about 30 minutes from the port which involved speedboats and snorkeling, so we geared up to get wet and trundled off to the site. There were another 9 couples with us on this excursion.Once there we rigged up in 2 sets of life vests (one for snorkeling underneath the one for the ...
... and the Baker family went all out with three of us ordering two entrees each – including Brittany (a first for her). Susan and Brittany each had oven roasted turkey but Brittany accompanied hers with a Portobello mushroom pasta. Josh and I each had a peppercorn encrusted New York strip and also each had lamb (which was by far my favorite dining room dish of this cruise). There wasn't one inch of table room left when ...
... only by boat) is the reef proper, where depths drop from a few metres to around 30m, the sea life goes ballistic and where the bulk of our research and surveying will be taking place.
Our first dive was a suitably epic introduction to the marine world here. It was just a simple check dive to brush up on basic skills and go for a little swim around. As we surfaced and loaded our kit onto the boat, enthusing about all the wonderful fish we had seen, ...
... now. He can hear something out ahead of him and so he cuts his thoughts short and moves on. The wind and a light rain are beckoning. It will soon become one of those tropical thunderstorms that beats his tent in the night and wake him up. Strangely enough he loves them. He seems ready to let them blow him whichever way they choose. We see him smile. He knows they will be sending him along his path, right where he should be.