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Isla Mujeres

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  • Day4

    Windy day in Isla Mujuresl

    December 18, 2018 in Mexico ⋅ 🌫 21 °C

    We woke to the sounds of birds we had never heard before. Mimi came in to ask whether it was the cockerol or the pagona coming to eat fruits. Bruno had told us an iguana might come looking for fruit in the morning, and mimi was excited to feed him a banana... (the only fruit I had pickup up at the grocery store... apart from limes which I planned to use for margueritas. We had a nice family cuddle before I sent Zoe and mim down to eat cereal. The returned before long to say the cereal I got sucked as it disintegrated in their mouths... I soon joined them and made scrambled eggs, toast, peanut butter and jam, and sausages ... the works! They laid the table and called papa when all was ready. We enjoyed an extended breakfast and hit the road around 11am. Our plan, that Alex had devised the night before, was to walk the length of the island stopping into sites and beaches along the way.

    First stop was Playa Tiburon. As we walked in we wondered if we were in the right place. It seemed abandoned. When we got to the beach there were very few people. We became soon aware of the very uninviting weather conditions - windy and cloudy. The sea was very mixed up and again, not the tropical turquoise one would expect. They invited us to swim with a tiger shark for 20 USD and hold a baby in our arms and take a picture kissing it... I thought that sounded disgusting and uninviting... We left the beach and moved onto the turtles.

    We visited the world renown turtle sanctuary. We paid the entrance and got a bag of turtle food. Went into the aquarium to find different sized turtles swimming in tanks. It felt a bit more like a turtle prison, but ati was quite impressed and the girls love feeding the turtles. We had a few near misses with the birds who had realised that this was a great place to get an easy meal..they swooped down to collect the pellets of food on the water. Before we knew it there were at least 50 birds hovering and on attack. We made the rounds of the turtle tanks, caught the tortoises on the way out and continued on our way.
    The girls were armed with bubalicious chewing gum which always make walking easier and more fun. Next stop (beach)...the wind was still crazy, but the beach was still beautiful. We thought it was maybe time for a Marguerita and of course some lemonade. We could imagine how gorgeous this beach would be in the sun and without wind... I put ati in a corner and she passed out fo a while...We hung out and considered braiding the girls hair.. Alex pulled a veto not wanting to be pegged a stupid tourist.. Instead we went for the next more touristy thing on that beach - sit with your feet in an aquarium and let the tiny fish eat the dead skin off your feet. We all had a go... Then moved to our lunch spot.

    This beautiful resort was pretty empty do we had our pick of tables... We moved three time to avoid wind and rain... The girls played in the playground until the downpour began. We enjoyed another Margarita accompanied by nachos and fajitas. The girls had dedos de pollo y pesca. The rain subsided for a moment after lunch and the girls got to swim in the pool. It was surrounded by double beds where I considered napping... But ati wanted to get involved too. The sun appeared for a moment and Alex and the girls went to the beach... By the time I joined them the sun was gone... We thought about staying there day to avoid getting caught in the rain... My FOMO kicked in and I pushed for a move to up Punto Sur. We walked the last stretch of the island with
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  • Day3

    Isla Muieres

    January 3 in Mexico ⋅ ⛅ 27 °C

    Gesagt --> Getann ... neues Hostel ausgesucht, Sachen gepackt und rüber gewackelt. Aber nur gut das neue Hostel war nur wenige Gehminuten entfernt aber leider war es soooo früh (ca. 10 Uhr) dass wir das Zimmer nicht sehen durften .... Hmm was soll's.
    Unsere Backpacks da gelassen ein Bus geschnappt und laut Empfehlung den Bus 61 nach Puerto Juáres und von da zu der Isla Mujeres was soviel heißt wie Insel der Frauen😎😉
    Die Insel war so überlaufen aber auch gleichzeitig so schön das es egal war. Hier und da fanden wir aber auch paar Strände wo man fast alleine sein konnte. Die Insel sollte eher Insel der Leguane heißen denn die gabe es hier auch mehr als genug. Da die Insel recht lang gezogen war und wir uns zu geizig waren ein Moped zu mieten entschlossen wir uns für die billig Variante und Rück Zug saßen wir auf den gemieteten Fahrrädern 😁😂. Und so verging der ganze Tag ohne das wir wirklich in Wasser gegangen sind ... war aber nicht so schlimm eher der Sonnenbrand der sich nur langsam bemerkbar machte (sprich als es zu spät war)😲🤤
    Zurück im unsrem neuem Hostel durften wir das neue Zimmer sehen ... und es war ein Tram zu Vortag.
    Da Cancun doch sehr Touristen überflutet (selbst die einheimischen mexikanischen Touris) ist, haben wir uns für morgen früh Tickets für unsere nächste Station am Busbahnhof nach "Tulum" besorgt.

    In diesem Sinne ... bis demnächst🤗
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  • Day182

    Jedem sein Adler und mir die Pizza

    July 17, 2018 in Mexico ⋅ ⛅ 31 °C

    Und plötzlich sind wir im Land, in dem Corona das billigste Bier auf der Karte ist. Das muss man(n) mental zuerst einmal verkraften. Zwei oder drei der günstigen Coronas helfen dabei ganz gut. Da es den ganzen verdammten Reisetag lang - immerhin knapp zwölf Stunden - ausser einer Birne und einer Hand voll M&Ms nix zu futtern gab, eröffnen wir Mexico mit einer anständigen und allseits beliebten Pizza. Das Teil ist wirklich gross. So gross, dass die vierköpfige und optisch an Schweden - buuhhh - erinnernde Familie über die Hälfte der zwei bestellten Pizzas stehen lassen muss. Sue schafft mit meiner Hilfe auch nur knapp drei Viertel unserer „Grande“. Und dann drückt unvermittelt das Kriegskind in zweiter Generation in mir durch. Während beim Granit und dem Xherdan ab und zu der Albatros im Adlergewand durchdrückt, ist es bei mir der Bundesadler der Nachkriegszeit. Durch geschicktes Timing - zumindest geschickter als unsere Nati-Helden - vermag mein innerer Adler den Service-Burschen davon zu überzeugen, dass uns neben den eigenen Resten, auch diejenigen von Familie Lundgreen eingepackt werden, die den Laden eben verlassen hat. Verdammte Food-Waster! Zum Glück bin ich entsprechend konditioniert und zur Stelle, um Schlimmeres zu verhindern. Sue sagt dazu nicht viel, scheint sich aber auch nicht mehr im gleichen Masse zu schämen, wie dies noch beim Sushi im The Springs Resort in Costa Rica der Fall war. Wir machen also Fortschritte. Trotzdem, von der „geretteten“ Pizza kriegt sie nichts!

    Da uns der Teil mit dem Golfkart in Belize so gut gefallen hat, wiederholen wir das auf dieser Isla Mujeres ganz einfach. Und weil wir Kämpfer sind und nie - ok, selten, ok, häufig, aber mit gutem Grund - aufgeben, geben wir uns auch den Schnorchel- und Tauchplan nochmals. Leicht nervös und mit Taschentüchern für den Notfall schleichen wir am Morgen zum vereinbarten Treffpunkt für das Walhai-Schnorcheln. Und siehe da, es kann auch funktionieren! Pünktlich sitzen wir auf einem Boot und gehören zu den Ersten, die zu den Walhaien ins offene Meer springen. Waren es vor zwei Tagen noch sechs und gestern um die fünfzig Haie, spricht der Captain heute von hundert bis zwei hundert der grössten Fische auf dem Planeten. Hinzu gesellen sich unzählige und teils über vier Meter grosse Manta-Rochen. Nicht selten muss man sich zügig zwischen den seelenruhig dahingleitenden und Plankton fressenden Giganten hindurch manövrieren, um nicht gänzlich eingekreist zu werden oder es zu einer mit sofortiger Erschiessung bestraften Berührung kommen zu lassen. Gigantisch! In mehrfacher Hinsicht. Allerdings mussten wir einen Wetsuit tragen, womit den ganzen Riesen hier die Sicht auf mein peppiges Galapagos-Lycra leider verwehrt blieb. Und das Tauchen tags darauf? Auch das klappt! Spontan schliesst sich uns am Morgen noch ein Texaner an, ansonsten wäre die Truppe aber auch nur mit uns zwei losgefahren. Und da sich die Abfahrt um ein paar Minuten verzögert, offeriert man uns sogar noch eine Unterwasserkamera - for free. Sue hat erneut Pippi in den Augen. Diesmal vor Freude. Das lasse ich ausnahmsweise durchgehen. 

    Die Isla Mujeres war gut zu uns - dass ich mein geliebtes Galapagos-Lycra nach einer echten(!) Zigarre zum Sonnenuntergang am Strand vergessen habe, kann ich leider nicht der Insel in die Schuhe schieben, ist halt Sue schuld! - und Mexico hat schon die erste Chance genutzt, um zu gefallen. Das ist auch gut so, denn wir kommen bald wieder. Aber zuerst geht es nach Kuba. Soll noch spannend sein. Ich bin gespannt.
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  • Day101

    Isla Mujeres Catamaran Trip

    June 30, 2015 in Mexico ⋅ ⛅ 30 °C

    On our last day in Cancun we decide to take the Catamaran trip that "team stink" had planned on doing but didn't get around to. An all you can drink affair, full day boat trip complete with snorkeling at the underwater museum, buffet lunch at Isla Mujeres (a popular island off the coast of Cancun.. Johnny Depp has a holiday home here!), exploring the island and a Spinaker ride off the catamaran.. looks a bit like parasailing.

    Won't go into the details but it didn't live up to the hype.. once again way too many people (50 of us!) and it was a pretty hot day. The water was beautifully clear for the snorkelling though.

    Lowlight of the day was when we got to the island and there was another "attraction"- 2 depressed looking nurse sharks held captive in a 3 x 3m pen forced to take photos with the tourists for money.. they fed us some story about how it was for shark conservation. We didn't buy it.

    Back to Cancun and off to the airport hotel.. ready for our early 6am flight to Kansas City tomorrow!
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  • Day3

    Being a tourist in Holbox

    December 17, 2018 in Mexico ⋅ ☁️ 25 °C

    Mmi was first to rise... with ati soon after at about 5am. Felt like a win after the previous day. Alex and I were sleeping in the up stairs on a beautiful mezzanine, mimi made her appearance with her distinctly heavy footsteps. The bed was small and not terribly well adapted to a family of 5. It wasn't long before i gave in and came down to make breakfast. Toad in the hole was on the menu. The girls ate and then we played uno and dobble until Alex got up. He was aching after having carried 5L and Zoe and the bag. I did something I don't often to.. offered him a massage. While Ati had her nap. Shortly thereafter, at about 11am, we got organised for a day of touristy adventures. We walked to town in search of an experience. The girls were motivated, although the sun was beating and no one wanted to wear their sun hats, it was hot and the girls were jealous of papa who had taken off his shirt. At the first opportunity we pulled into a beach front.. to check it out. Beach CaroLinda, it had the characteristic swings and hammocks... in the water!! The girls thought this was awesome. We gave into their request for a quick dip. Without any real plans for the day, it was had to say no. They stripped down and sprinted to the swings... it was a bit surreal as apart from us was a couple with a drone taking picture of themselves, and another couple where the man was following his hot girlsfriend as she posed and walked throgh the water. I guess this is how we hold onto the good times! Each of us does it in our own way... I took pictures on my phone and on our new hand digital camera... so who am I to judge.
    We didn't linger long at this beach, enough for baby ati to get her feet wet and sandy and for us to discuvoer that she really doesn't like having sand on her feet or hands. We got back on the road with the girls in the bathing suits, wrapped in their towels. Made it to town and approached the second tour operator we found. She offered us a tour on boat of 3 islands... We lied about Mimi's age, Zoe called us on it... (she is a bit of smart alec right now.. talking back is not uncommon, and calling us out on small imprecisions either...) We managed to pay only for one child and two adults and went for lunch. We ate at the Zapata by the recommendation of the tour operator lady. This cool and well decorated restaurant only 100m away was also delicious. We enjoyed some octopus and shrimp cevice, nachos with cheese and steak, chicken fijitas and a couple of Mexican Mules... like a moscow mule but with Mescal... sooooo good! We licked out plates and then made our way to the boat. We were accompanied by about 10 other people. We faught over life jackets for children... we managed to get one for Mimi but not ati... I said I would hold her tight... We headed out of what was to be a most amazing wildlife adventure!

    One our way to our first stop we spotted some dolphins. I think there must have a been 50 as they just kept on surfacing.... Ati was so excited, and so were the others. Alex got so close at one point he said he could have touched it.. but he wouldn't of course, cause that would be wrong... right?! After about 30 minutes following the dolphins, we peeled off and went to the Isla Pajaros where we swam it was looked like a "cenote", but actually was connected to the ocean but still fresh water. We walked down a beautiful path through the mangroves and then past a bar till we came to an opening. The girls stripped down to their bathing suits and with a slight hesitation jumped in. Ati was very keen, so I stripped her down and put her in with alex... she freaked out for about 10 seconds (which felt long with all the tourist happily enjoying the tranquility of nature), then she was so happy and excited. I almost drowned her a couple times as the fresh water provided no buoyancy and zoe thought I was a flotation device. it all ended well as passed her off to alex and enjoyed 30 seconds of free swim. We got out and made our way to the bar.. the girls we scouring for ice cream...or which there was none... Mimi made a friend with her new game, "Move over boys, the girls are taking over..." Inviting an italian woman on holiday with her boyfriend to join her on the hammock... but not her partner. I spotted a raccoon and another tourist told us that the kids could feed it. So I called the girls over and they seemed into the idea. The chef gave them some dried tortilla and they threw it at the raccoon. I encouraged them to hold it up to it so it eats out of their hand. They mustered up a bit more courage and threw it from a bit closer.

    We made our way back to the boat. Next stop was the flamingos, where we discovered Ati's love of birds. She got sooooo excited when she saw the birds over head. The flamingos were quick far away, standing among other pelican like large birds. It was very exciting. We docked the boat and walks in shallow water to get a bit closer... New was a bid island where many variety of large bird had their breeding ground among the mangroves. We walk up to a look out point and then up a tower for more views.

    We made a final unecessary stop to the end of the island, Punto Mosquito. By this point we had seen a lot and we quite cold not being fully dressed we used towels to keep warm in the ocean winds. When we made it back to shore it was close to 6pm. So we decided to take a touristy photo with the holbox sign and then play in the park while we waited for our restaurant (the one we had chosen the day before) to open.
    WHile mimi and zoe made cookies and collected shells in the jungle gym, Ati climbed the ladder above their heads and went down the slide about a hundred times. She was so happy to be out of her pram and not confined to a boat!

    Our dinner was delicious. While the girls shared a pizza, alex and I enjuoyed lobster pasta. We started with some carpacio of fish (which Zoe loved) and jamon croquetas which Ati ate before she passed out. We then dragged our very tired children home by taxi. Alex and I stayed up playing a new game... He figured out how to play, while I slept on the couch... then I woke to kicked his ass!
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  • Day3

    From Holbox to Mujeres in the Rain!

    December 17, 2018 in Mexico ⋅ ☁️ 25 °C

    We woke to a cloudy day. Got up and started to get the bags organised for our departure at 10am. Ati had a handful of new mosquito bites on her face... The girls played Uno while I prepared breakfast. They had developed a new version which required rigging the game so they would have the maximum "black cards" (pick up 4 and change colour) and "strong cards" to do the most damage to one another. They tend to spend more time organising the game then playing, but that worked for me... I prepared more toads in holes and mediocre filter coffee... we ate in heats and then crammed everything with great difficulty into our exploding bags. OUr taxi driver was on Swiss time, much to our surprise, but so were we. We piled into the golf cart for one more journey around puddles, over bumps, and through the sandy roads. Got to the boat in good time.. the girls new the drill. We climbed to top deck where the girls took the front row for optimal view. We sat with ati just behind. They were of course freezing and asked me to pull out their sweaters in the first three seconds... then mimi came to cuddle after two minutes... On arrival we found our car in good shape in the parking where we had left it. I got out all the activities to keep them occupied during our journey from Chiqila to Cancun (porto juarez) to get the ferry to Isla Mujeres. We were making good time until we took a turn for Cancun we probably should not have, but stuck with it because... we were not in a rush and why not take the country road. The journey was not long only a couple of hours and the girls passed out soon after we left. We enjoyed reminiscing about our family trips in our childhood listnening to reggae playlist on spotify. The rain started to come down pretty hard... the girls kept sleeping. We arrived at the parking of the port and were ushered in... climbed to the top floor and took what looked like the very last spot on the top floor. LUCKY!

    We woke the girls and get them stoked about our journey and over their grumpy wake up by telling them that we were about to take a boat to an amazing island to see turtles and dolphins... We walked the 200 m to the boat embarkation. The girls asked to buy every second thing in the shop while alex got our tickets. They were hungry; it was late... we took turns peeing and getting cash. Got on the express ferry to Isla Mujeres, grabbed the last two seat for the girls and were offered two for us just behind. The trip was just 18min... I fed the girls almonds, crackers and cashews to keep them sane. On arrival we found a cabby who took us to a massive grocery store where I spent 20 min or 45 (depending on who you ask) getting supplies, on the recommendation of the lady from whom we were renting. I made my way around the shop with Ati in the cart. My priorities were beers, reposada, diappers, breakfast and lunch. This landed me with peanut butter, tequila and limes...

    Got back to the car with smushed bread and found everyone surprisingly cool. We made our way to our home where Bruno and his wife were waiting. Villa Miriam was a simple and spacious place which had not be renovated for some time. There were three bathrooms, a large kitchen and big windows. It was in a locked estate with 5 other houses. We didn't notice at first, but clearly a feud amongst the houses that resulted in our access to the beach and pool being curtailed. This issues was overshadowed by an offer of two 5$ vouchers for the beach bar two doors down.
    Bruno and his wife left us to settle in after a decent introduction of the place. I discovered that much of what I had bougth they had provided... but after arrive in Holbox in the end of the worls withouth network and without even so much as a bottle of water in the fridge, I was not going to make the same mistake twice. I had got pasta and pesto and prepared carotts and frozen brocoli. I made it all... shook powdered parmesan onto the fussili with pesto and offered it to mimi and Ati... they were thrilled. Zoe was less excited and somehow realised that she had probably eaten enough almonds to provide the calorific intake she need until next week. She ate barely anything except carrots and broccoli. Once the kitchen was cleared the girls discovered that they could run around the house out one door and in another... past the hammock and through the cobble stones.. this provided hours of entertainment.

    Alex finally put them in front of a cartoons in spanish, which he called *educational* because it was in another language.... while we figured out if we could do something with the rest of the day. As we got online we saw that the turtle sanctuary was closing and so were most of the restaurants around us. In the end we ordered in and I made my famous lentils. It was not the cheaper option, but it was the option that meant we could put ati to bed and enjoy a meal with the other tired girls. Much of take-out sucks and this was not exception: the fired stuff was soggy although rest was fine and tasty. The shrimp cevice was delicious, the guacamole too, and after a quick dry fry on the pan, the jalepeno poppers and onion rings were also pretty good. We put the girls to bed and then I promptly passed out on the couch while alex watched about 10 games of hockey. He was so happy to be in the right time zone to see so many of his favourite teams and players. We crawled to bet just after 1am... and slept like babies with the breeze flowing through the room from one window to the other.
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  • Day205

    Isla Mujeres, México

    December 22, 2017 in Mexico ⋅ ⛅ 28 °C

    15. - 22. Dezember 2017

    Die Isla Mujeres (Insel der Frauen) bildet unseren Abschluss von Mexiko. Wir haben diese ausgewählt, weil wir nur Positives gehört und gelesen haben. Die Strände haben feinen weissen Sand (stimmt), man kann gut tauchen (naja), man kann mit Walen schwimmen und tauchen (wenn dafür Saison ist, was wir wussten, dass dies nicht der Fall sein wird). Ich denke, unsere Erwartungen waren dann einfach ein bisschen zu hoch. Unser Airbnb lag im Süden, was vom Zentrum erwarteterweise ziemlich weit weg lag. Mit Velos konnten wir dies aber gut meistern. Schade war, dass alle Strände nur über Resorts zugänglich waren, die eine Mindestkonsumation erforderten. Der einzige öffentliche Strand lag im Norden, also für uns ziemlich weit weg.

    Die Besitzerin unseres Airbnbs war gleichzeitig Tauchinstruktorin. Wir fühlten uns irgendwie verpflichtet, unsere zwei Tauchgänge in ihrem Tauchzentrum zu buchen. Unser Gefühl war nicht so gut und bestätigte sich dann leider auch. Unprofessionelle Guides, nicht die Neoprenanzüge, die versprochen wurden, Brille passte nicht... Zu allem Überfluss war das Meer sehr unruhig und die Sicht unter Wasser sehr schlecht, so dass wir den zweiten Tauchgang gar nicht mehr antraten. Das einzig Coole waren die Fischschwärme, die sich mit den Wellen vor- und zurücktreiben liessen. Hatte was Meditatives:). Fazit: Der Intuition folgen!

    Eines Vormittags radeln wir zum südlichsten Punkt der Insel. Dieser ist gleichzeitig der östlichste Punkt von Mexiko, das heisst, hier sieht man die Sonne zuallererst aufgehen (falls man so früh aufsteht:)). Da der Wind weiterhin stark weht und noch Gewitterwolken aufziehen, erinnert die Stimmung eher an Irland als an die Karibikküste. Sehr eindrücklich.

    Trotz allem haben wir die Woche genossen und nehmen schöne Eindrücke von der Insel mit. Und wer hätte gedacht, dass wir 2.5 Monate in Mexiko verbringen! Wir nicht.

    Memories: endlich neues Bikini für Sabina gefunden; Moskitos ohne Ende; viel selbst gekocht; leider kein Backofen, um Mailänderli zu machen; auch hier viel Wind, was aber der Jahreszeit entspricht; feiner weisser Sand; viele und grosse Iguanas gesehen.
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  • Day119

    Arriving at Isla Murejes

    October 13, 2017 in Mexico ⋅ 🌙 23 °C

    Waking up after sleeping on a bus is never great. I managed to get a bit of broken sleep. From the Cancun ADO bus stop we crossed a bridge multiple times trying to find the bus before we hopped into a cab to the port to travel to Isla Mujeres. The boat trip over had a guy playing the saxophone and getting us to do the Mexican wave which was quite fun. On land we caught a cab to our AirBnB which was in a large unfinished hotel complex. While waiting to check in we had a yummy lunch at the Mango Cafe. We stocked up on some drinks and food at the supermarket Chadraui. Once checked in the lady explained that our room had no air con working so we could move into another room. She opened the door to a mansion apartment with massive kitchen, dinning table, couches and TV, huge bedroom with a spa and balcony. Amazing!! After some problems getting the Netflix to work we made some Pina Colada cocktails and watched the sunset from the pool. We had more cocktails and snacks for dinner as the rain set in so we were too tired to head out. We watched the movie Frida laying in bed.Read more

  • Day120

    Riding around Isla Murejes

    October 14, 2017 in Mexico ⋅ 🌙 25 °C

    We set the alarm early so we could watch the sunrise over the ocean. It was truly beautiful! We had some breakfast before heading into the main part of the island. It was a 4km walk along the roads, beach paths and sand. We made it to Playa North beach and had a swim in the beautiful warm turquoise water. We had breakfast at a beach bar where the views were stunning, but the pancakes weren’t. We found a nice spot on the sand and relaxed in the sunshine. Once it got too hot we headed inland and found some Coco Frios. Delicious! We then checked out a few dive shops and had another drink where all the boats came in. There were many groups of young kids on boats coming in from tours. We then booked into diving for the next day and hired some bikes. We went to the beach for a bit more sun baking. It was much busier than in the morning with lots of little boats competing by blasting their music the loudest. We headed off on our bikes (one of which was terrible) and rode part of the way down the island before stopping for a drink at the Soppy Peso. It seemed good but once inside was full of drunk Americans. We had a terrible cheesy nachos and some beers before escaping on our bikes. We rode to the end point of the island Punta Sur which has a giant gecko and sculpture park that you had to pay to get in. It was all a bit degraded so we didn’t go in and instead rode back to our place. We just missed the sunset but had some beers in the pool and watched the sky change to night. After we got ready and went out to the Mango Cafe for some fish tacos...mmm yum! We watched some episodes of the OC before going to bed.Read more

  • Day1

    Isla Mujeres

    February 29, 2016 in Mexico ⋅ ⛅ 25 °C

    Die Isla Mujeres sollte man unbedingt besuchen wenn man in Cancún ist! Traumhafte Strände soweit das Auge reicht. Die Bootsfahrt vom Hafen von Cancún dauert ca. 20 Minuten und schon ist man auf der Fraueninsel. Hier kann man sich dann ein Golfcart mieten und damit die Insel erkunden.

    Natürlich ließen wir uns diese Chance nicht entgehen und mieteten ein Golfcart. Im Prinzip gibt es eine Straße, wenn man die entlang fährt, fährt man einen Kreis um die gesamte Insel. Wir legten einen Stop bei der Hacienda Mundaca ein. Die Hacienda wird von sehr vielen Leguanen bewohnt, wirklich überall findet man diese Tiere. Man sieht alte Häuser/Gebäude, aber wirklich sehenswert ist nichts davon um ehrlich zu sein.
    Nach diesem kurzen Zwischenstopp erkundigten wir die Insel weiter. Man kann nur auf einer Seite schwimmen, die andere Seite der Insel ist mit Felsen bedeckt und die Wellen sind sehr hoch.

    Zwei Mal entschieden wir uns die Isla Mujeres zu besuchen, da der Strand wirklich traumhaft schön ist und zum Verweilen einlädt.
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