Our chariot awaits - ferry from Cancun to the Island
Friday afternoon commute - tough job but somebody has to do it.
Commute continues, fighting our way through the crowds and traffic on the island.
The view from our room at hostel Poc Na
Field kitchen being put to good use - fresh guacamole and nachos for din-dins.
Our morning exploration of the island yielded some pretty cool views...
Obligatory island self shot.
Yip, looks like its beer o'clock - you can tell from the angle of the sun through the palm tree fronds.
Creature from the deep lurks in the shallows
Yes, thats me in the distance!
Lots of snorkelling.
Tough day at the office..
Look, its a mermaid!
Pencil fish lurking in a rock pool
Baby zebra fish and a sea urchin
The fish don't give a toss how close you get.
Two types of sea urchin and a black starfish creeping round the back on the right.
I finally bought my own snorkel kit - yay!
Close up of Nemo's house, unfortunately Nemo was out..
Baby ray chilling in the shallows
Think its a little sand shark or another type of ray.
Pelicans doing their thing.
Iguana, no zoom required, just move in until you're nearly touching it.
Extreme close up, thick spined sea urchin and a black starfish from about 3cms away.
Tiny little green crab with the hairiest legs ever!
Ray zooms past.
Post "stolen-bag-lets-have-steak-to-cheer-ourselves-up" dinner
Inside the restuarant - the lights look even prettier after a strong margarita!
Hails at the beach office with a bottle of "island coffee" close at hand.
They are right, these open plan offices really do promote productivity!
Leaving the island, Dyl wearing my aviators after his Von Zippers were nicked. Playa del Carmen, here we come!
Arriving in Playa del Carmen. Our hostel is just past the pink flamingo's on the left, just before the beach at the end of the road.
What a great mo shot.
Mmmmmm tasty resfreshing ice cold Sol with lime and salt - perfect for sundowners on a caribbean beach near you! In supermarkets for only 50p a can.
Dinner is served, pasta carbonara and salad under the palm trees outside our room.
Breakfast with Mayan ruins in the background. Hard to make out, but it was an old lighthouse used to direct the boats over to Coruzol.
Do my sunglasses make me look cool? Damn skippy!