Barcelo Maya Caribe
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... the bus arrives), grab the money and rush back outside. I cross the street again and suddenly feel a lot lighter. I reach the other side of the street to find my luggage's telescopic handle in my hand but my luggage still in the middle of the street. Jesus! Anyway, I jump on the bus and arrive at Broadview station - where I am meeting Sabrina - right on time, at 11:30. I am freezing because I am not wearing a coat (did not want to bring one) and it's -8C on this April 5th. FML, ...
... with tourists being right be the ocean and hotels so we geared up in the car park and stepped in beside the snorkellers, kayaks and paddle boards then descended into the turqoise water. We dived along the river bed, seeing lots of little fish amongst the mangrove roots. At the end of the river it disappeared into a cave, which can be explored only so far by uncertified cave divers. It was a perfect first experience for a nervous diver
The second cave was at ...
... with my feet today. Have got more blisters now :(. Can hardly walk Oh well a couple of vodkas later and I probably won't care Towel sculpture today is a rabbit. (I think ). Just realized it's the 1st of the month today and the maid left us a white rabbit. How bizarre. I wonder if she knew. ????? Christmas in 3 weeks yay. Andy came 2nd in the karaoke he was well chuffed he got his t shirt. ...
... the water so magic! These things aside I think we are both having a hard time being tourists although we thought that's what we wanted!! Where's the challenge, the hardship and the learning that's made out other experiences so worthwhile?! Has the desert changed our expectations of 'good times'?! We've applied for more volunteering in Guatemala for December and have found a language school/ home stay programme for couple of weeks before that; phew! More challenges on the horizon ...
... valiantly, but the cup went to a Southern US girl. Who shoots for her school archery team. When she's not out bow hunting with her dad. Oh well. It was fun to see Olga one last time!
We weren't sure what to do for supper, so we took a walk around the resort, contemplating Mikado again. We were greeted by some friendly felines, looking for affection (or more likely food). We decided to see if the Italian or Spanish restaurant ...