BUSAN, KOREA IMAGES: ARRIVING ON FERRY, PT. 2

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BUSAN, KOREA IMAGES: ARRIVING ON FERRY, PT. 1

If we are always arriving and departing, it is also true that we are eternally anchored. One’s destination is never a place but rather a new way of looking at things.”~ Henry Miller

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ISLA MUJERES, “ISLAND OF WOMEN” 1

So, hopping on the R1 bus from Playa Delfines away from the hotel district, takes you to Porto Juarez where you can catch the ferry to Isla Mujeres. The cost is $140 pesos (a little over $10 usd) round trip. It takes about 20 minutes and there’s a ferry leaving about every half hour.

ImageMost people when visiting this tiny island, hire motorbikes or golf carts. I hired a motorbike for $250 pesos for half a day, basically. The rental place is directly across from the port exit, so you can’t miss it.

ImageImageImageIxchel, goddess of midwifery and medicine. Very minor Mayan Ruins at Punta Sur.

ImageImageImageReally rough water at Punta Sur.

ImageImageImageImageIt may not have been the end of the world, but I did find Jesus. (Hay-ZOOS) in Espanol.

21DEC12. Isla Mujeres, Mexico. First picture: Instagram Lo-Fi, the rest: Canon 550D, Lens EF 18-135mm