Posada Punta Piedra
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... cool. See photos. After we checked everything out we caught the bus to the next little town along the trail, vallalodid. A super cute town, very quiet but nice. We visited my first cenote which was cool. Cenotes are swimming holes, caves with water pretty much that go super deep. Apparently you can scuba dive down them but that seems little scary for this kid. The water was cold though which was very refreshing. It's so damn hot here, ...
... run around the trees. Adrian is a young kid that is currently learning to be a dive master and would like to travel the world and set up his own dive shop one day in Belize. Oh to be young and ambitious :)
We get to Dos Ojos and I squeeze myself in the tight wetsuit, strap on my mask and life vest and grab my flippers to head down to the cavern. The water is colder than usual but I don't feel it too much in the suit. We spend 30 mins swimming through the ...
... more were sprinkled around the breakfast tables beneath the shady trees. It was truly incredible. Breakfast, coffee and a swim were calling our names, so we all strolled up the beach and went back to the place we had dinner the night before. As soon as we'd eaten we jumped into the insanely clear blue water, again we were truly in paradise. It was just too good to be true!!! We'd all planned to spend the morning going to see the famous beach ruins of Tulum. It was ...
... being locked in a bathroom), stayed with the biggest douchebags of all time after hitching 1000 miles to reach that town and countless more situations I’ve ranted about over the last few months but I’ve also had chance to meet and stay with some amazing people and these are adventures that I will certainly remember fondly and (mostly) with amusement in years to come!
Thanks to everyone that has put me up, helped me out and is still reading this :P
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... to work out either. After an hour of walking around we still hadn't even picked up a basket. A second lap around the place made us realise that we needed to learn more Spanish before we could cook ourselves what we actually wanted. Instead we had to settle for beef and veg stewed in some tomatoes with whatever spices and herbs we could understand. It actually worked out pretty well, bringing a strange, eventful and emotional day to a close with a full belly (empty in one case) ...