Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Lost in translation

We spent last weekend in Bacalar which is about 3 hours south of Playa del Carmen, here in Mexico. It is a tiny little town, much like I expect Playa del Carman was about 15 years ago.

I always enjoy spending time in Bacalar as I find it peaceful, tranquil and serene.

We visited Cenote Azul which is right in town this trip. There is a restaurant there and great swimming in what is said to be the largest and deepest open air cenote in the Yucatan.

You used to be able to dive off the roof of the restaurant into this beautiful blue cenote. However, it appears that has changed ... as you can see by the sign (click on the picture to enlarge)... no shoving is allowed either. I think they meant no diving ... but technically if I dove and didn’t shove would that be okay?

Only in Mexico you say?

Enjoy life's adventures!

With great love, Suzanne

Suzanne Marie Bandick
Live your Dreams Life Coach

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4 comments:

Leah Flinn said...

I notice there is no sign in Spanish. Are there a lot of English-speaking residents/tourists there?

Cynthia said...

So fun ..... as you say......Only in Mexico! I miss you and Bacalar .... can't wait til November!

Suzanne Marie Bandick said...

Leah, I think I see the Spanish sign has fallen over in this picture. They do get tourists from all over though- US, Canada and Europe mainly. This place is well known.

Cynthia, miss you too! See you soon! PS. Can you bring crunchy peanut butter please :)?

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