Cabanas La Luna
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... electronic devices. In the whole town there was only one place dealing with broken stuff like computers, TVs, radios, cables etc. Unfortunately they weren´t in possession of the right key that could open our adaptor. Finally Gonzalo had an idea of going to a locksmith and asking him to make a key that could open it. He succeeded which enabled us to save our adaptor. It cost us MXN 90 (MXN 40 for the key, MXN 50 as “thank you” tip).
Although it was ...
... Headed off around lunch time to the ferry terminal where we caught the ferry bound to isla mujeres! Cost was $146 PESO return so purchased that! The ferry was flying across but had amazing blue water as we passed it was just breath taking how stunning it was! We arrived on the island and walked to our hostel with Katie and Rachel from the hostel in Cancun! :) Checked in at POC-NA hostel and grabbed our stuff and headed out to find some a zing beach we layed on and swam ...
... sound of the jungle on one side and the Caribbean sea on the other. We spent 2 and half weeks waking up to the sound of screaming jungle birds and what we thought was rain until we discovered the campsite was in fact built on top of an underground civilization of big blue crabs, the rain sound actually being their pincers clicking away as they ate the soil.
During our stay we spent most our time in the crystal clear sea or on the white beaches and ...
... it was great to have my pack carried for me to a little backstreet hotel (loose term) where we were to stay. I was exhausted frlm the the trip and it was a quick unpack and off to dinner. Tulum town is a transit town and the beaches and ruins well away a few kms bikeride to the coast. No matter the town had quite a few restaurants . It's hot here and our little room has a barely useful pedestal fan. Still it is a sweet little run home where the lady, Dora,runs a few rooms ...
... of turquoise water. Conveniently cut steps means it is easily accessible, and seeing as it is cold, freshwater, the only thing to do is to jump straight in. The pool is apparently over 50m deep and we shared it with some fish, so I didn't stay in too long. It was more fun to repeatedly climb the ledge and jump in.
During our visit, we were offered a shot of Mayan alcohol. Most people on my bus seemed reluctant, so I took the first shot. They ...