Hacienda Del Secreto
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... after swimming all around Jacqui it took a bite out of her hair! I could hear her scream underwater!
The second dive was a nice shallow reef dive with plenty of marine life. Highlights were seeing about 6 moray eels, normally you are lucky to see one! ...
... sure that he asked if we wanted to but roofies. We just kept walking and weeded our way past the cigar selling men and jewelry selling men and then finally out settled down. We walked and shopped a bit. I bought a light pink maxi skirt and a purse. We headed back when I got way too hot to continue and our water bottle was warm. So we ventured back to the hotel and cooled off before ...
... our way down to 30m and suddenly the wreck appeared infront of us, stunning!! We started going round the lower deck of the wreck and then went inside and slowly made our way round and up. Went through narrow doors and windows, so exciting! But my feet accidentally brushed against something prickly ouch! Ignored it and just kept going! Before we knew it, it was time to go back up again damn! Bit of surface interval time and a further ...
... they have more of a need. We plan to meet up later for drinks. When we get to the island we don't hire a golf buggy but get a taxi to the sanctuary instead for £3. Visitors have to pay £1.50 enter but it's a worthwhile cause. They breed endangered leatherback and hawksbill turtles then release them into the wild. The sanctuary shows the turtles at different stages of their growing process. There is a sand enclosure where the eggs ...
... normal buildings, with columns and less evidence of pyramids.
The site is beautiful siting on low cliffs overlooking a turquiose and deep blue sea.
Less evidence of Mexican sales persons at this site, but the guide still untrained.
The second site was inland about 30 km next to five lakes at Coba. The site was claimed to be 90 sq km with 6,000 buildings. We only saw about ten buildings in various stages of recovery from the forest and these buildings were ...