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After 3 hours we again board the bus for 3 hrs to the seaside and a swim in the Gulf of Mexico. We ordered fish from this rustic restaurant - bit disappointment.
then onto our charming hotel in the historic Centre of Campeche.
we started the day with a walking tour of Campeche.
onto the bus to visit a local Mayan family in the Tuuc ...
... Then we went swimming! It was freshwater so there were so many fish swimming with us. Andrew was freaked out by the fish and steph was cold so they took ages to get it, a bit chicken and timid with this stuff surprisingly. Ash was under the falls before I even finished my drink haha. We swam over and got behind the waterfall and sat up in there, so amazing! We played around in that waterfall then went to another one and sat in there for ages. We chose ...
Third Day - a rain day! Lea was really relaxed after so many hours of sleep. But the hunger forced us to find a nice breakfast place. In a place called La Patron de Playa we enjoyed a really intense mexican breakfast: ...
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After a two hour flight we got to Cancun, and in comparison to Monterrey we were greeted by warm air and rays of sun. I hadn’t seen the sun in over a week in Mty. Because my friend Ailed had a holdup at work, we waited at a little park in front of the airport for about two hours for her to pick us up. I was just walking a little circle and passed by the road when suddenly a car stopped in front of me. It was her :D ...
... from Cancun to open sea behind Isla Mujeres where the magnificent Whale Shark feeds at the surface from May to September. During the trip one of our guides explained that they are there all year long but during these months the plankton is in the surface and the Whale Sharks is always feeding from plankton and following wherever it is.
He also explained that it was absolutely forbidden to touch them with the palm of the hands, we have oils in the hands that if we ...