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... sharks stay in their skin and attract microorganism that want to feed from those oils. The problem is that once they are done with the oils they stay in their skin and keep feeding from the shark skin and it could be deadly for them.
He warned us that if we get to close we should touch them with the arms or shoulders but never with the palm of the hands.
In our way to the right location we also saw some dolphins, when we arrive there it was amazing to see the ...
... sleeves we were asleep in a matter of seconds. The following morning, Stuie and I were up and out the door for a run. We decided that it was a great way to explore the island and the last thing we wanted was our 'holiday' neatly slapping itself onto our asses. As we ran, the sweet salty air was thick with humidity, but a nice ocean breeze made running slightly bearable. The island had a slogan of 'go slow", we really felt we were breaking the rules as we ran along the ...
... It certainly brought back my memories of 2 years ago same time when I was in the Galapagos Islands.
Tulum is the site of a Pre-Columbian Maya walled city serving as a major port for Cobá. The ruins are situated on 12-meter / 39 ft tall cliffs, along the east coast of the Yucatán Peninsula on the Caribbean Sea in ...
... burrito. Genuinely the best burrito Ive ever had! For once I saw the worth of having the rice in it!! We then had a Mayan sacrifice, which is a mix of 3 different alcohols, set on fire then funnelled through ice into your mouth. Bizarre but fun! A few speeches were made - it really is sad that it's over! I think the group worked so well ...
... land of
the Turtles. As always Akumal delivered and Michelle loved it as much as I did!
We went early and managed to see a lot of Turtles in the bay, swimming along
peacefully and munching on the sea grass. At one point, when we saw the biggest
turtle of the day, there were two big fish hiding under its shell and going
along for the ride. I was admiring them from the side angle, and Michelle was
swimming along from behind. Suddenly, the ...