B&B Popol Vuh
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... street brings more to the table. He's unbelievably **** and definitely a bit cracked but at least he's doing something unlike those statues. Anyway we headed over to the car rental office and filled out all the forms for our jeep wrangler. Sheeno was up first to drive and myself and gilly were happy to let him be the guinea pig. He was in a bit of a hoop from the night before so only drove it down to the first beach we ...
... and a coffee and try figuring out what to do for the day. We have a chat to the hostel boss who mentions Akumal is a nice place where you can swim with turtles. We decide that's our best option with day trips to Coba and Cozumel coming in the next 2 days and as there isn't a lot to see in Playa, Akumal seemed the good choice. So we trek around town trying to find the spot the local transport or collectivos run from down to Tulum. We jump ...
... how hot it felt. We went through security/customs and grabbed our bags, then went through a type of security again. The guard asked me if we had any tobacco or liquor we were bringing in. I said no and he told me to push the red button. I felt special! Ohhh.. the red button. Would more guard come out and search me... would 12 monkeys appear with coconuts and start dancing.. who's to know! I pushed the button and alas.. nothing happened. We continued towards two lady gaurds ...
... dives! After another dive and more pool exercises we were pleased (and exhausted) when we were signed off and got our qualification.
Aside from the amazing beaches, Mexico is blessed with rich history, culture and wildlife. We visited ancient ruins such as Chichen Itza and Tulum, where buildings had been preserved for many thousands of years. Seeing Chichen Itza up close in the flesh was unreal. The pyramid stood tall and proud in the sunlight, three of the ...
... as the last. The caves were beautifully lit up and again the water was so blue and completely crystal clear. Stephie and Jess loved every minute of it and so did we. The whole experience had been so different from the the last ones so we were extremely happy to have gone to these. We swam around the dark eerie caves and explored all the different parts we could go it. The water was so warm considering and after our long brutal bike ride it was a perfect cool ...