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... erroption). A huge part of it was under water and a reef was formed. The cenotes were formed between the ice ages. when the water level sank the reef was out of water and the cave system somehow was formed. when the water level increased again the holes / cave system was flooded with water again. Because during the dry time humans and animal lived in the caves a lot of leftovers like bones, tools etc can still be found in the cenotes. the entrances of ...
... t get together and figure out a decent price for mobile phones. I've paid hundreds of dollars when I've been in Canada and assumed that, being so close, it couldn't cost me that much. Mexico is worse. Back to the iPad.
So we pulled off intending to go to Playa del Carmen - you know - the fancy schmancy part. But we were also looking for a TelCel. After a couple of ...
... we had no idea if it was actually open! Not another car in sight and a big red stop sign next to a sign we couldn't understand, had us decide perhaps it wouldn't be a good idea to enter. So with no maps and only our great memory of a previously seen map, off we headed. Reaching Cancun with no signs Indicating where to turn we stopped to ask directions. Carolyns command of Spanish matched the man's command of English, so after much gestering ...
... parts about the tour also was a little cafe that the instructor took us too in the rainforest, it was so lovely and cosy and the food was fantastic, a lot of different cousines also. This tour would be great for a group of school kids as it is informative and they would learn a lot, also speak good english so the kids could ask questions and the food was fabulous. After we jumped back on the bus and headed back too the hotel.
... essentially shake and mix the two layers causing a hazy effect until the two layers separate again. Being the last diver in the group of four, David didn't actually need a torch, he could just follow the blurry shapes and lights of the other divers. There were also shafts of light coming down through holes in the roof. It was almost dreamlike and very surreal. When outside the layered water, the visibility is crystal clear giving perfect views of rock ...