Hostal Santa Lucia
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... ponchos and hammocks. We had planned to stop at a cenote (cave/swimming hole - lots of these in the region) however rain set In again so we skipped this. Made it to Tulum and checked into our air bnb accommodation, we decided to get some supplies and have a home cooked dinner as the rain did not let up, so a night in it was!
4 nights in Tulum to relax, beach and hopefully sun bathe, however after the loudest thunder (lucky I had my ...
... place to buy hammocks!). We went back to the tour agency to book the Cenote diving for tomorrow and then I headed straight back to the hotel for some well needed down time. We then headed out again to Merida for a coffee. The guys wanted to go buy hammocks - I decided to head out on my own to a small free museum. Took all of 10mins but couldn't get in touch with the guys so decided to have a wander ...
... 10 minute break at Campeche and tried to get some hot food: ham and cheese bun for 30 pesos / NZ $ 2.80 / US $ 2.30. I suspected that the bus driver wanted to get to the destination quickly and wasn’t using Mexican time as it was only a 10 minute break. We all got our food somehow but mine was merely a roll!
... randomly bumped into a friend we made in Mexico City, enjoyed more great food and just made the most of our last two days in Mexico. Tomorrow we head to Guatemala, which involves a bus at 7am, a walk across the border, and then another couple of buses to get to Lake Atitlan.
We can't really believe that we've only been in Mexico for just over two weeks. Some of it has been how we imagined it to be, but to be honest most of it has ...
... to fifty, then find/ chase them round the 40 degree play park.
When we left Merida, I think we were all pretty sad to say goodbye. Emotional. We had equally good times with the adult
group, despite all going in very nervous. For the first few sessions we were
only teaching three guys: the comisario (sheriff), Juan, and frankly all of our
favourites, Fabien; the slightly camp but very good English speaking shop owner
who put all of our Spanish to shame. ...