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... hence I had to make my request.
Right, off to the bus station I went and I asked for a ticket on the next bus to Tulum. It cost 90 pesos, which is around 4 Euros for a 2nd class 2 hour journey. Such buses are perfectly comfortable, though not luxurious. I read and listened to my MP4 player.
At Tulum I had to get a taxi to the ruins (70 MXP) and I decided not to get the touristy train, which was only a few hundred metres from ...
... beaches, 9 cenotes, 15 ruins, a football match and enough refried beans to last a lifetime! Everyone has been friendly and fortunately very patient with our poor Spanish.
And now amigos, having seen the whole Mexican Enchilada, it's time to return home so thanks for sticking with the blog, it's been great having you along!
Hasta la vista!
... toilets outside...we were going to get acquainted with Mexican wildlife while staying here that's for sure!!
We unpacked and got ourselves settled before hitting the town for dinner. We settled on an Italian on the Main Street where we had some pizza which was delicious. After dinner we popped into the Mojito bar just down from our hostel...well we are on our holidays! The bar was really cool. It had a contraption installed on an old school Volkswagen ...
... both about 45min each in about 8m of water. The second dive, called the bat cave, was the best by far because it had some amazing rock formations. Obviously there were bats in one of the caves that we got to, I don't think I've ever seen them that close before (the cave was about 3/4 full of water so we were about 1m away from them). The darkness was pretty scary but the control we had in the tepid water was so different than ...
... experience! Pity it was solid as a rock, nowhere near ripe! We spent about 4 hours in the ruins itself and after visiting many sites since, this is still the best one I have been to. The town itself was unremarkable and I would only advise staying here for the ruins and the cool hostel! Campeché was the next stop and again was very different to anywhere we had been up to that point. Within an hour a local person stopped to talk to us and made us feel right at home giving ...