Casitas Royale By Evrentals
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... up to the surface providing fresh air. In this cave section there were tree roots that had grown from above and just submerging their roots into the water, a few spiders on the roof and our guide pointed out a fossil, I couldn’t make anything out so I took his word for it.
One the way back to town we were discussing how a guide and two divers died several years ago in the cenote we were just in. The guide took them down a path he shouldn’t and ...
... new and all painted and furnished in white color. Probably the most fascinating think was a shower corner, which was rather a small room by itself, where two nozzles were installed allowing two persons taking a shower at the same time. We found it extremely useful and would love to have such a system in our own house one day.
Our stay in Platinum Yucatan Princess was very monotonous. We ate a lot and drank even more…basically we did everything possible ...
... in the ground. We saw bats and small fish and cool rock formations in this crystal clear geological wonder. In fact I have never seen so many sleeping/chilling/fighting bats ever in one place. It was really cool! And we practically had it all to ourselves! We finished the night with some shopping, some pizza, and some live music. Not a bad day at all! So you are wondering about the broken bike? Oh yea, practically nothing. Just a ...
... where does enthusiasm for new experiences become reckless? Would I want my babies to be in close proximity to ocean nasties? Definitely not..... Well the dive was successful in that I came back with all limbs in tact, yet unsuccessful in the total absence of sharks, bull or otherwise. The group was fun, the water beautifully clear, but all we saw were a couple of enormous sting ray. Tomorrow we move onto Tulum, our last port of call in Mexico, before continuing onto ...
Playa del Carmen was sold to me by some of the guys in the hostel in Tulum as the Mexican version of a Spanish island party resort. But I was pleasantly surprised, while it is very touristy, it strikes me as a prettier, classier version with a wider range of ages and nationalities staying there. There is the main street filled with tourist "tack" shops, restaurants, ice cream shops and at ...