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... the odd turtle or barracuda swimming around in the clear water. Doing some research Alya stumbled upon Xcalak and fuelled by the promise of huge schools of massive fish we were of, hitch hiking towards paradise just on the Mexican side of the Belize border. We could only make it to the town of Mahahual after which we were officially in the middle of nowhere and had to cover the last short stretch through the dense jungle to Xcalak by public bus. We organised diving through ...
This post has been long overdue!
Many people asked me when I would finally finish my last blogpost on my Asian leg of my trip. I got home on the 1st of July and started working 48 hours later and didn't stop until november. Meeting with friends and family plus long days and nights of working prevented me of writing down my experiences of the month of june. I won't elaborate on that trip too much in this post, but I can confirm I had an amazing time!
The 9th of november ...
... 2 quid for 2 mojitos yes please! After that it was time to leave and I woke up at 11 the next day for my first lie-in this holiday. Spiffing. Our final day there was free for us to do as we liked, so I had a delightful lazy day walking around the shops and markets. It began with a Burger King and ended dramatically when I got the runs in the middle of the market and had to sprint to the local toilet which had a 'pay-per-piece' system for toilet paper, which nearly bankrupted ...
... built to withstand a 13 richter earthquake. A shrine to the Virgin of Guadalupe has also been built into a small recess in the wall.
The park and the river are home to thousands of birds and reptiles: herons, some type of ugly birds, green iguanas and even crocodiles. Apparently there are over 300 crocodiles in the national park and we saw three of them, and pretty big ...
... from the local shaman at $10 a pop so at least their was one aspect of modern religion in there!
We spent a little while in the market and then headed to another village where we had a traditional lunch planned. We were taught about the history of the people and their customs and Lol and I were chosen to get dressed up in their traditional wedding outfits. After a great lunch we headed back into town to wait for our over night bus to Campeche.