Sea Dreams Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... not as many as Akumal but the clarity of water truly showed their beauty. I could not swim down to get a selfie with the turtles and Kev, as my feet had stated to cramp in the fins so I was relying on my arms. Unfortunately that was the end of the snorkeling but the captain lifted the sails for our journey home. We were also given really good, really strong rum punch as well as some ceviche for the sail home. It was a spectacular experience and were are lucky to be seeing ...
... from mental slavery;
None but ourselves can free our minds,
Have no fear for atomic energy,
'Cause none of them can stop the time.
At the nearby seafood testaurant, the chef was preparing food and had Bob Marley blasting out. Hard to beat sitting in the sun with your feet dangling in the Caribbean listening to a bit of Bob. Have the same album on my ipod and always puts you in a good mood ('One Love: the very best of Bob Marley and the Wailers' in case ...
... us chicken and fish burgers from aunties take away on CC which were decent! We had another snorkel stop and tour before heading back to CC where Caveman told us more stories of his life. The last stop was in the mangroves on CC were we saw a few baby seahorses and massive tarpons which jumped out of the water to eat sardines out of our hands. We got lucky with the weather as out at sea it was a beautiful day.
... Seaweed" taking our fins, weight belts and wetsuits. The boat is 13m with 3 – 200hp Yamaha engines, full cover and a changing room (no toilet). There were 17 divers and about 5 snorkelers so it was pretty packed! We set off just after 6am. It was pretty lumpy on the way especially when we had to stop to get some seaweed off the motors! But I was ok then watching the horizon. Until I had a bit of a snooze, when I woke up again I had to head to the ...
... dive Dan was very thrilled about). We finished with a chilled sailing trip home with Rum-Punch with the rest of our motley crew - and we're meeting up shortly at a swimming hole known as "the split" to locals, for a little more rum and Caribbean sun with the crew of new found friends once more Ro round out an amazing day!
Chilling on the beach tomorrow for ...