Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya
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... at around 10-12 meters. The dive site was called Castillos and it was mostly flat with coral formation sticking out of the sea bed. There was a mild current, so we drifted along with it while navigating around the corals and looking for sea life.
After the first dive we went back to harbour to change air tanks (the boat was too small to hold 2 tanks for each diver). Then we went back to sea and I did a few more skills, ...
Hola. Flying over to yucaton to spend few days with Eamon, Kerry and Hugh was the best call of the trip thus far. We had an absolute belter of a time. I have managed to spend a lot of money especially with this mornings mishap but hey I've always said you can't put a price on a good time. It all started last Tuesday morning when I caught the collectivo from tulum to playa del carmen. It was pretty cheap only 40 peso and as my hopes of hitch hiking slowly sank ...
... this is gonna be an issue!! Let's hope the comb works! Sabrina spends almost an hour in the store, getting souvenirs. On the first day. LOL.
Next on the agenda is some ME time, I'm headed for the pool. Unfortunately it's crowded and it takes me a while to find a free lounge chair. And unfortunately for me, it's kind of in the shade but it's ok for working on my base anyway, last thing I need is to burn on the first day. I park my white ass on the chair, put ...
... say men pack light compared to women!) and head for the exit. At the door, a lady asks for our Immigration Card we filled out on the plane, then says "push the red button please", the glass panel between her and I turns green and she says I can go. WEIRD. I feel like I just answer a question correctly on some TV game show or something. After walking through a sea of counters where employees would shout "Taxi, senior? Hotel, senior? Rental car, senior?" - no gracias, no gracias, ...
... transportation that the locals use.
I only had one full day there, and the majority of which was spent on my computer planning for my trip to Caye Caulker. It was good that the hostel I was in had killer wifi. It sounds like a stupid thing for a carefree backpacker to want, but at the time I really didn't care about anything else. I was able to walk to the beach though, which was completely gorgeous.