A typical site in Costa Maya, MG_5384

In the old days, such barrels were used to store distilled alcoholic beverages like Rum.  Who knows it might still be full of the nectar that had been mixed with coconut water for a strong and tasty “Rum and Coconut Water” as seen in the background.  Cheers everyone.

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Costa Maya Village Pano, Mexico-MG_5325

Costa Maya is a small tourist region in the municipality of Othon P. Blanco in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico the only state bounded by theCaribbean Sea to its east.  The first western Caribbean port  designed exclusively for the cruise ship industry.  The nearest village from the port is called Mahahual about 2 miles away has soft sand beaches and beautiful and warm blue water.

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Three-toed Sloth, Puerto Limon, CR-MG_5706

The three-toed sloths are tree-living mammals from South and Central America.  Three-toed sloths are agile swimmers. They are still slow in trees and when spotted make easy characters to photograph.  They might stay in one position for an extended period.  One can say the same for Owls.

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