Almaplena Eco Beach Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... buses from Limones to Mahahual. At 7:30am I catch the bus to Limones which takes about 3 hours, and cost $124 pesos ($11). I arrive in Limones at 10:30....by arrive I mean get dropped of on the side of the highway in a one road town. A taxi driver approaches me and tells me that there are no buses to Mahahual and it will cost me $350 pesos ($30) to get there. Well not trusting him I go to the little shop I was dropped off in front of an speak to the lady running it. ...
... and were given some brief instructions on how to operate our little 2-person speedboats, and set out following our guide to a floating platform anchored just off a reef about a mile from the beach.Of course, we ended up with a boat with a "problematic" motor (a 25-hp outboard Yamaha), but one of the guides was along side almost as soon as we used the hand signal they taught us in the instruction session above. ...
... our entrees.
After dinner we all took a walk to burn off a few calories, we visited in the main lobby with a few characters (Josh finally got to see Donald Duck) and we checked out our professional photos from the prior night at Shutters. We then decided to catch the Wishes show. While I love Broadway shows, I’m not the biggest fan of the cruise ship shows with overacting but this show does have some great Disney ...
... looked up suddenly and shouted ‘dolphins!’. We all grabbed our snorkels, dived back in the water and sure enough, after a few minutes of hearing their underwater clicks and calls we found ourselves at the centre of a lively mixed pod of 12 spotted and bottlenose dolphins, including two calves. They were playful, very inquisitive and totally unafraid, bombing in repeatedly from all directions in pairs, trios and bigger groups – clearly loving it as ...
... government has designated it for development on a similar scale to Cancun. The first stage of which was to build a cruise port. As luck would have it, there were THREE ships in port for our only full day here. There were none the day before we arrived and there will be none the day after we leave; only one on both our arrival and departure days. Oh well. They have a lovely malecon (sidewalk along the beach) ...