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Lawrence Uren writes about the following two videos:

This is Freedom Shores on Isla Aguada Ciudad del Carmen Campeche on the Gulf Coast of the Yucatan Peninsula.

I thought that in 30 years I had seene everything Mexico had to offer. I couldn't believe my eyes. On the edge of Laguna de Terminos a vast freshwater lake and the Gulf of Mexico is one of the richest areas of biodiveristy, birds, dolphins, plants, plus little known archeological sites. Bill Busser (see second video) has fully equipped the rooms and there are full time carers available 24/7.



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