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... all looking down onto the main stage. It was kinda of hard to get a drink so the others hopped back over to Mandela while I opted to stay and listen to some pretty good music, real head bangers. It was fun. I met some Mexican people and later on they said a place called elevate was the after hours joint. I told them I would see them there and I needed to get my friends first. This is pretty much where the night went to ****. It started by jumping in a ...
... up a hire car and meeting Pacman and Kristen at the airport on Friday night.
We headed to Tulum, a small town about 2 hours south of Cancun because we had heard good things. The weather was pretty bad for our time in Tulum but we did get to visit the Mayan ruins, swim in a cenote ( a limestone cavern filled with fresh water) and eat lots of very good food.
After two days in Tulum we headed back to Cancun to catch the ferry to Isla Mujeres, this is where Pacman ...
... the hotels and they are free to use by anyone.
1) "Hoja Verde" - small vegetarian restaurant with delicious food; not the cheapest one though. It's located on Avenida Tulum near the bus station
2) "El Aguacate" - small restaurant on the Osiris Sur Street; cheap and great, they have also a lot of juices
2) Juice bar right across the street from the bus station. Apart from juices they also sell amazing ice-cream with flavors like rice, ananas-chili, ...
... I can financially last!)
Visited the ruins at Coba, with some fat American’s been carted around on golf buggies and spent some time in Tulum centre before heading over to what was supposed to be a quieter kind of beach place called Mahahual. As I am perpetually useless at planning things ahead, and with it being peak season, Rose insisted that we try find somewhere to stay there before rocking up – we found a beach hut place, but upon arriving found the place ...
... bones you can simply pick up and take at your will was very eire. Racing through the final highlights but they included a night in Hauchachina where we sand boarded down the worlds biggest sand dunes and finished the tour in Lima. I could give or take Lima but the fun has to stop somewhere..... I can not recommend South America more. It's made my top 5 holidays and with good reason. Onto new adventures now with the lovely Megan Bowe. Mexico awaits! ...