Boca Paila Fishing Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to see only a few other cars, most of them leaving or finishing the dive. As we kitted up and tried in vain not to get devoured by the mosquitos, our guide switched into action mode, taking great pleasure in explaining the difference in equipment (the guide swims with an emergency tank) as well as how to behave in the fresh water environment. He gave us a thorough dive briefing and told us with luck we would see the 9,000 year old pre-ceramic human bones located on ...
The gopro had a small incident with the housing not being completely sealed. I got a little bit of footage before I noticed a water line on the housing, the thing was half full! I quickly got out and dried it, it was still turned on but the buttons weren’t working. Its currently sitting in a zip lock bag full of rice (to absorb the moisture) so hopefully it will be ok! We did get a locker to store our things while we were there and it was ...
Used a collectivo to Tulum and this driver was related to Louis Hamilton!! The speed limit varies between 40, 50 and 80km ph, but it is only a suggestion to him! The 'watch your speed 'signs means just that,'watch' not stick to it! He never slowed down the gantry showing speed 138. Perhaps speed restrictions do not apply to taxis because we were passed by some. During all this the music ...
... tourist drivers. A few nights earlier we had been trapped in a traffic-jam (a word which shouldn't really ever be used when writing about a beach in the Yucatan Peninsula) for 30 mins and arrived late for a 6:30 reservation. At any rate, magically, there was no traffic on this NY's Eve. The evening was really spectacular. They dragged all the tables and chair from the restaurant to thee beach, put up a light rig, hired a french jazz band and put a ...
... but decided it was not hungry enough. Feeling really despondent, we looked for tarpon around some islands and found some. They were lurking on the bottom, and not happy to eat what ever colour fly I threw at them. Bad last day. Lunch and several beers later. Searched along the shore again and found snook. My second cast from 60 ft landed in a small hole in the mangrove roots just about 3 ft from the fish. He gave chase as I stripped and nailed him first time. He was ...