Posada B&B Picalu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... fall asleep. First stop is breakfast in the town of Ocosingo. Another two hours, including three vomit stops, we arrive at Agua Azul. You can swim in a few of the pools of this brilliantly blue set of falls - the water is cool and full of calcium. The waterfall is the only part of the river open to tourism after local communities refused to open up due to the religious nature of the waters.
Next we stop at ...
... Incredible ruins and jungle everywhere. I don’t really know much about architecture or construction, but these intricate structures must have been tough to build and design, especially considering they were made nearly 1,500 years ago by the Mayans. Still I must admit, it’s no Angkor Wat.
The rest of the group went off on an organised trip around the jungle and to a local village. Given I’m on a budget, and a tight ****, I decided ...
... but it was fine. This bus also took an hour. So by the time we reached Tulum, at 7.45pm, it was dark. It soon became quite clear that the driver had no idea where he was going. We drove round and round in circles looking for the bus station!! Gave me a chance to get my bearings! A quick taxi ride (MX30 - £1.40) and at 8pm (2am UK time) I had finally arrived. And time for bed!!!! What a day. Car, train, mini train shuttle, plane, bus, bus, taxi. A 19 hour ...
... the timeshare presentation and came away with three tickets to explore or actually two tickets and $100. We spent the rest of the afternoon on the beach playing in the water and just enjoying the sun. After we got home grandpa taught me to play cribbage I practice my snorkeling in the pool and we went out for coffee and ...
... and processes differ slightly according to country. Needless to say it wasn't an overly exciting afternoon and by 7pm we were definitely ready to go home. Tuesday afternoon was much the same and then we finally got to start the volunteer project on Wednesday. We went to the Save the Children Ludoteca (toy library) on Wednesday afternoon to be greeted by 47 children bursting with energy and enthusiasm. The Ludoteca is a child care ...