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Travel Blogs from Tulum
... beach and it too was mind blowing. With time on our side we booked 4 more days and lived the dream.
Here's a breakdown of what we did whilst in bliss city;
- We swam in some cenotes which are underground rivers and caves. It was a magical experience. Cenotes are prevalent in that part of the world and they are incredible to swim in as the cave formations are beautiful and the water clarity is unlike anywhere in the world - so much so that ...
... and was well on his way to completing his open water PADI course. The second dive was awesome and we saw a hawksbill turtle, a big sting ray, and lots of beautiful reef fish. Sean finished off his skills ok, and effectively completed the course! After cleaning the kit, we went to a local fishermens bar that Marco had recommended. One Sol turned into 5 as we met a nice Aussie couple and chatted to them for the afternoon and went for a sunset drink at a ...
... Luka in the cool bar here. Their happy hour lasts 4 and a half hours! We met Shane, who will hopefully meet in Belize in a few days. Tomorrow we set off on the road to Belize via a stop in Chetyumal, which is 3 hours from here and then a further 9 hours.
Why we love Mexico:
- very friendly people
- cool music
- lots of guacamole
- TEQUILA TEQUILA!!!!
Currently looking at all the bright stars ...
Thursday 24th May 2012
The very last archaeological site. (Of this trip anyway)
Decided to head off to the Tulum Archaeological Park early this morning before it got too hot. Had an early breakfast and left the hotel around 8.30am. No problem getting a taxi they are up and down the road outside all the time. We were both glad we did it was miles, no way it was a 20minute bike ride.
The Park itself ...
... 15 pesos on the collectivo got us to Akumal. Be careful not to get overcharged (see aside!). Akumal is a lesser known attraction in these parts recommended to us by our Italian buddies back in Sayulita. And now I'm sharing it with you, so remember you heard it here first:
Highly recommended! Do it! Ignore the offers of boat trips to snorkeling spots! Just take a leisurely swim from the beach to the buoys and voila! You'll see stingrays, loads of colourful fish and ...
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