Thursday, March 9, 2017
City of the dead and underwater Jenga
We discovered this activity in Cozumel Mexico. The cost is just under $70. We were spectators.
You’ll enter Clear Lounge via a vertical ladder. As you descend the ladder, a high-tech Sea TREK® helmet will be placed on your shoulders. The helmet keeps you dry from the shoulders up, and provides a constant flow of cool, refreshing air enriched with oxygen and an aromatherapy scent of your choice. Once you have entered the underwater lounge, you’ll have a chance to:
· Shoot targets with a high-powered bubble gun
· Play a custom underwater version of jenga
· Write and draw messages for your friends on the outside of the lounge
There were lots of young participants.
I am always amazed to find Mother Nature's surprises growing out of a crack in a vertical wall.
Cemeteries always fascinate me, and while I have always wanted to take a tour of one in New Orleans, time constraints prevented our doing so. Cemeteries there are known as Cities of the Dead because of the elaborate sculptures, decorative art work, architecture, and tomb embellishments. New Orleans is built on a swamp, so burials are all above ground.