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... sharks everywhere! We got all our snorkeling gear on, and the captain yelled "Jump!" It was so amazing! When we jumped in, it was right in front of its mouth. It silently glided underneath us, and kept going. The first time we messed up because we didn't turn around keep swimming with the whale shark. We got it the second and third time. The whale sharks were fast, so you had to fight to ...
... zitten wachten, dus betalen meer. De boot vertrekt meteen en we
zitten binnen in de boot. We worden bezig gehouden met een
aflevering van de Simpsons en de trip duurt een pak korter dan de
heenweg. In Puerto Juarez aangekomen, blijkt dat deze ferry 100
meter voorbij de nog duurdere vertrekt. Langs de straat zitten
enkele oudere kerels en we vragen hen of hier een busje passeert. Ze
kijken ons aan alsof ze het in Keulen horen donderen en beweren
terwijl ze ...
... with fish that melted in your mouth. A walk along the beach with a corona watching the sky turn pink then finally dark blue topped off a great day.
Good Morning! We sat on top of the roof in a hammock eating cornflakes watching the sun rise. Today we would be hiring a golf buggy for the day as these, taxis and scooters are pretty much the only means of transport on the island. It cost 400 pesos ...
... that day that we had a relatively early night.
The next day was awesome. Walking outside down to the pool and seeing that bright coloured blue of the water was such an amazing thing to see. It was like I was in Paradise. I was settled in for 5 days of bliss.. The weather was perfect. I could not ask for any better. Swimming in the ocean was amazing. You literally walk from the resort down a few stairs and you are on the beach. Beach chairs along the water, over looking ...
... equipment we would both need: BCD (Buoyancy Control Device), Weight Belt, Fins, Wet-suit and regulator (that you breathe through). Luckily we had brought our own masks with us so at least they were familiar. So we loaded everything on to the boat and waiting for the adventure to begin.
The boat headed out of the lagoon, via a small river surrounded by mangrove and headed into the ocean. After only a few minutes we were a little worried ...