Hotel Villa Matisse
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... pockets weren't connected to the main chamber and as such weren't very fresh. Oxygen levels were low. Elsewhere we found other nocks and crannies deep within the cave. In these instances there was more light whilst looking underwater than above! There were minimal fish and a few footlong turtles that had been introduced, as well as swollows and bats that zipped along inbetween crevices in the rocks above water.
Whilst it was pretty busy ...
... however, these workers gather some sea grass, dig a hole and bury the collected “alga” in the hole. Later when the tide is in it takes out all the buried sea grass which appears on the beach the next morning.
Before we left the beach Gonzalo decided to explore its surroundings and managed to find a cheap campsite right on the beach. It was called Chavez Camping. They charge MXN 150 per person but the price can go down to MXN 100 per person if ...
... bungalows. It was paradise.
We went out for a beautiful Mexican meal and coronas. I had their world famous fish tacos, they were so fresh and tasty. Dane and Lesley had beef fajitas which came on a sizzling hot plate and you assemble them yourself. Was a fantastic meal. We ended the night with a bottle of wine back at the apartment.
Day 2: We spent the morning visiting the Mayan ruins in Coba. It was too expensive ...
... and that ice cream dinner!!! The sun was shining though so no one was allowed embrace their hangover. Jenny was delighted to finally see the sun....and sure when herself is happy sure isn't everyone?!
We got ourselves sorted, had some breakfast and set off to rent bikes for the day. As it was our last day in Tulum we had a jam packed day ahead. First on the agenda was the beach. Conrad decided he would join us so the four of us set off. The beach was about ...