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... we came across a vegan cafe called Siempre Sano - Always Healthy - where Coco and her helpers were cooking up a fixed price lunch of soup, 3 vegan veggie stews with beans, rice and tortillas, dessert and juice all for 60 pesos each ... about £3 and amazing ... five a day all in one meal! The mushroom and chilli was our favourite.
There is a good breeze ...
... essentially floating in space, snaking my way between the gigantic pillars, some of which formed over 150,000 years ago.
Two more dives after that, one at Half-moon Caye reef and the other called the aquarium. Both showed me what real Caribbean marine life is all about. After diving the second largest barrier reef in the world I think I have to go explore the largest, the one right in our backyard, before it completely dies off.
Traveling alone again, I went ...
... Americas food court when I suddenly saw this giant, cool as anything, man sitting down with an "I am swag" T-shirt... I then saw his equally tall friend stand up, I immediately realised that they were two basketballers from Los Pioneros! I recognised them as Villanueva and Hernandez, but had to double check on google afterwards haha, Hernandez played incredibly on Sunday and I couldn't stop staring at them like an idiot. Then, when I went to ...
Today we begin to move on from Puerto Morelos. We'll head up to Cancun today where we're booked into a hostel for the night. We hope to find a laundry there, and some non-touristy shopping for things like underwear and shampoo. Also maybe some decent fresh fruit and veggies. Apparently there is lots around if you know where to shop but our cabana is reasonably isolated from town and even in town there is not a good market.
Since Friday we have been visiting some of the ruins ...
... phrasebook and some luck, we are off!
Before I begin writing about the trip I have some sad news, unfortunately my flip flops are no longer with us! This is a very sad time for me, I bought my flip flops on my first trip to Cambodia for 3 USD and since then they have been to about 10 countries with me. I wore them so much that the soles had taken on the shape of my foot and I wore a hole all the way through. So, ...