Hacienda Del Secreto
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... plastic crocodile that are placed at the end of the line. It was unbelievably great to dive in these waters the first time. the water is invisible so you have the impression that you float like in space.
The second dive was the Bat Cave line. It has its name from the cave that you can reach after about 20 minutes of the dive in which live many bats. Also this line was very nice and we enjoyed every bit of it.
It was a really wonderful day!
... They're not that different from American ones. Not New York Supermarkets which are tiny and crowded but like something you'd find in Kansas or even Minnesota. Huge places - like Walmart meets - -- oops, like Walmart. Tires, baby clothes, bananas, and T.V.s. What is different? The cracker/biscuit aisle and the milk/yoghurt areas. I mean, there isn't even a separate word ...
... the wrong way up one of them for a very brief distance)! , only to discover that finding the freeway was our next challenge! Sure we were on the right road, had us becoming more and more nervous when nothing appeared familiar. We decided that following all the tourists buses was our safest route! Our day ended up with Cathy having driven over 400 kms...in a time frame of 5.5 hours - not exactly efficient!! Friday, our last day in Playa, had ...
... they spoke great English. And when I got to the room wow, this place just kept getting better and better! At night time we decided to go and check out the very popular 5th avenue and have some nice traditional Mexican dinner and shop!
We were headed for Akumal with Aude today, a short drive south from Playa, to dive and snorkel with turtles. Apparently the name of the place is derived from the Mayan words - Aku 'turtle' and Mal ' the place of'. The foreshore is a feeding ground for the turtles and the nearby reef is used as a resting station after feeding - we were guaranteed to see a turtle.
Maria snorkeled from the beach but due ...