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Travel Blogs from Cancun
... the ferry over to
the Islas Mujeres for a day at the beach. Andre and I did some
snorkeling and it was amazing for me since it was my first time.
Garrafon Castillas is the place to go – for $5 per person per day,
you get a chair, umbrella, access to bathrooms, bar and restaurant.
It's very laid back and old school Mexico.
Today, we head to Piste for 2 nights.
Tomorrow – Chichen Itza.
... and I feel like we are constantly going to have an accident!!!! Ken suggested I distract myself so I don't keep freaking out lol, so hence blogging! Lol lol lol! We got downtown and there's restaurants and market stalls everywhere which is exactly what we wanted as we weren't big fans of the overly americanised areas that only have American food. Mexican food is too awesome! So we settled in to a small little restaurant and ...
... very acceptable. Even the hotel we have with the tour is the best we have had all trip. Lunch at a great restaurant with a tuna steak that was a very pink colour. Tasted different to the tuna we have as well. Not bad though, luckily. A walk through a shopping mall and we could have been anywhere in the world. Nothing like the places we have seen along the way. Another great day in ...
... up at 715am, I was in a full tour bus heading west for 3 hours or so. We stopped at a Cenote (below ground watering hole) where some swam in the freezing waters and then had a traditional lunch. Finally arriving at the ruins at 230pm for a guided tour and then an hr of free time. The main pyramid has been extensively restored on the south side and looks a bit fake up close, but nonetheless inspiring to think that a thousand years ago a civilisation existed here based on ...
... reason most of us were here... to get a Decent Profile Pic (or DPP).
He showed us spots to get all the great poses that friends back home would enjoy. Smart Jose. I even spotted a few others trying to get innovative.
Explored some more of the city (we had a tour of 'new town', developed after the older structures on the outskirts). Although with only 10% uncovered, I don't know how they can be so certain of these claims. Nonetheless saw ...