Arriving at the Ferry Terminal in Cozumel
What the heck kind of ship is that off in the distance?
How many smokestacks can one boat have?
Bonus points to anyone who can name this hilarious
Classic Mexican Movie
The themes are cock-fighting, big hats, love, and betrayal.
|Gorgeous full room nativity scene at La Choza.|
|Christmas lighted ship parade from our dive resort window every night.|
That afternoon's activities involved eating a delicious selection of skewers and going to one of 3 dive centers within 1 block of the hotel to book a cenote dive for our last full day. We showed up Friday morning to learn we'd be diving at Dreamgate Cenote. It was a wonderfully unique and beautiful experience -- as promised, the stalactites and stalagmites were gorgeous, and the fresh water was impossibly clear. The one downside was that at 24C, even with a full wetsuit and a half wetsuit on top of it, after 45 minutes my fingers and toes were numb and I was shaking when we exited the water. The difference between 24C and 27C in water is impressive!
One of many amazing views on Dreamgate cenote dive
|Crazy jetpack powered ridiculousness|
(watched from the PDC beach from afar, in awe)
E had camarones flambeado for his final meal
this Mexico Trip--deliciousness and a show
all in one
And there you have it. A gloriously perfect and decadent week of Caribbean Mexican diving, food, drink, and also lots of sleep. Even less actual running or other workouts than planned, but I'm relaxed, and relatively pain free. So, I'd say my "lay off the hurt left leg and take it easy 'til it heals" plan is going swimmingly... Here's to hoping that I can start to increase mileage and train next week...