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... up the road to a cool little bar and ordered two shots of tequila. It was actually pretty good! Washing it down with a couple of margaritas, we met a few Americans at the bar. Adam from San Diego and a couple from Philadelphia. After a fantastic evening of swapping stories of what we have all Mexico has to offer as well as stories of our respective homes, Jen and I walked back to our hotel singing "oh tequila, you're making me drunk. You're making me walk funny daily" or something ...
... I wish we had recorded it.
So on Christmas day we all got up early. Declan actually ran into the room saying, "Santa is here and there are presents!". I rolled out of bed and we started unwrapping the few things we had bought the night before at SUPER CHEDDURAI....I fired up the computer and turned on a Spotify Xmas List I had put together. 597 songs which would last 31 hours. That'll do. ...
... some yoga in this part of the world, and made it a mission to grab a bike from the hotel and venture out to a yoga studio in town, and also down at the beach. Check out Amanda’s last 2 posts on both yoga options and an interview with Yoga Dicha: http://balancedlifenutrition.com.au
I on the other hand wanted to hit the gym and tried to score free passes wherever I could, however the best I could do was get a one day pass at a large ...
... and it is hot hot hot. We try and find shade where we can but we are already dripping in sweat after 5 mins. We were offered to ride the "train" to the entrance for 20 pesos each. On our way in we see what the "train" looks like - it is a tractor pulling some brightly coloured carriages. We had a laugh as the "train" passed us by.
The Tulum ruins doesn't boast to be the best ruins you will see. And to be fair, Tikal beats it any day. But that didn't stop me ...
... takes you through a pretty jungle area - with iguanas at every turn!! And towards the main wall. Once you pass through the small gate built into the wall, the whole land scape changes into a bright green lawn, interspersed with old grey, brick buildings. It was really pretty. The ruins are built right on the coast line - and you can walk all the way along, looking at the bright white beach, the bright blue gradient of the water, the green ...