Posada Punta Piedra
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... with tourists being right be the ocean and hotels so we geared up in the car park and stepped in beside the snorkellers, kayaks and paddle boards then descended into the turqoise water. We dived along the river bed, seeing lots of little fish amongst the mangrove roots. At the end of the river it disappeared into a cave, which can be explored only so far by uncertified cave divers. It was a perfect first experience for a nervous diver
The second cave was at ...
... in snorkelling from Kathy!!) in the freshwater of the Gran Cenote and it was cool to see all the stalactites and stalagmites up close.
We returned to town after about an hour, dropped off the bikes and headed back to our hostel to get ready for dinner. It being our last night in Mexico it would have been rude not to indulge in the local cuisine one last time so we headed to a Mexican restaurant for some grub....fajitas and sombreros all round. It was ...
Our next destination... Xel Ha natural aquarium theme park. It's the largest natural aquarium in the world. For $40 we had unlimited access to the park, snorkelling with 90 different marine species including a range of fish and stingrays. Unlimited food and drink/alcohol. We floated through mangrove tunnels, went to an isolated beach, saw dolphins being cheeky and showing off, and snorkelled in ...
... to see how its done. We were told hundreds of people get trained at a time but only a couple of dozen will be good enough to be given proper jobs and make a career of rolling cigars. The tour guide lit up a massive cigar and passed it around the group for a taste, and in the end I got to keep it. Its only about a quarter smoked so its in my bag and I'll enjoy it with a rum or 3 back in Mexico! And dont worry Father, I had just enough money to buy a a cigar ...
... beach. We moved on anyway to find the 'accessible' beach and instead we cycled past hundreds of hotels, spas, resorts etc all along the beach and blocking access. You either need to stay there or go in and buy a drink! Another good reason to pay the park entry fee!!! Either one was worth it but a definite negative point about the town. Also, it was a long cycle so your not actually on the beach, you need to choose to stay at the beach or in the town! We were in the town so we ...