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Speedboats and tube diving in Cancun

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You are on a private beach of one of the best hotel complexes that mark the coast near Cancun and they bring you two other mojitos on a carved wooden tray. The sea Caribbean It stretches before you, waiting for the heat to defeat you and you decide to taste its crystalline waters. It's just a matter of time. No one can get you out of there except natural disaster, threats against your physical integrity or the presence of Eva Méndez (or Brad Pitt, here there is for everyone) topless in one of the hotel's swimming pools.

That is the maximum degree of holiday happiness for many of the tourists who decide to spend their free days in one of the “all-inclusive” resorts in the Caribbean area. Sometimes you doubt. They present you alternative plans that may be interesting, but you look away at your right wrist and see your shackle. That bracelet, which makes you the true king of the mambo inside the facilities, weighs more than the chains accompanied by a steel ball that prisoners used to wear in the comics. You are not free as long as there is still exquisite food, tasty and stimulating cocktails and nobody takes that beach there.

But there are days when one gets up with the left foot and decides to leave the Olympus of the Gods to blend in with the limited human beings. The reason behind this has to be weighty. And in Cancun you will find several.

Receiving instruction Photo (C) David Escribano

After a night of welcome drinks in the impressive hotel complex of Moon palace, my alarm clock decided to start bothering at 6 in the morning. I had barely managed to sleep for an hour between the effects of Cola caffeine that I mixed with rum and the mythical jetlag. The strange thing is that it was full of energy and the effects of the hangover shone by its absence.

I went down to breakfast with the rest of my classmates and saw that some were not in the same state of elevation but, in general, the morale of the troops was quite high.

Nail Chocolate muffins, assorted pastries, nocilla crepes and some fruit (to hide) later, we got in the van that would take us to the Nichuptè lagoon. There we were going to do a fun activity that I had never tried: driving small speedboats.

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