Cabanas La Luna
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This is our 2nd year in a row in Tulum for New Year's and I think our 4th in the past 15 years. We spent the afternoon at Cananas La Luna which is our unofficial home base since we don't really love hanging out at our house here in Tankah Bay. After breakfast with some British lads - Liam and Seamus - we decamped to the beach and squeezed ourselves …
... which is more in keeping with poorer LA countries. Maybe they aren't allowed in the terminal as this is for "proper" coaches. We had to hang here for and hour and a half before the 5pm bus rolled in. It was an expensive US$10. We originally thought is was a two and a half hour lay over but it turns out Mexico are an hour ahead.
The bus was comfy, but despite being assigned seat numbers it was a free for all in which we barely got a ...
... in amongst the trees. Much more laid back than Playa del Carmen.
The evening enjoyed a slash out with local fish Mexican style and some octopus 400 pesos including drinks and tip.Tip is usually included in the bill -- cheeky.
Hired bikes 80 pesos each and cycled to The Grand Cenote. Stunning colours, not too cold. Large pool and then it dips through a cave. The bikes were old ...
... beach for a few hours. Nothing too exciting except for some nudey lessers. Had a nap, swam, exfoliated with seaweed, all the normal things. We got bored so headed back to the hotel via another juice bar and Pollo Bronco for some take away lunch, a whole spatchcocked chicken. It was amazing, we demolished it in no time back at the hotel. Quick turn around and we were back at the spa for our experience.
... Marcus figuring out that he knew a guy from Invercargill that had gone on the exact contiki tour the American Jonathon had 10yrs ago just by a story he was saying - crazy small world)!!
Just like that our 4 days in Tulum (& surrounding areas) and last day Mexico came to and end. Luckily we had a late flight so were able to get to a near by Cenote to check it out. There an abundant of Cenotes in the area and aldo between Tulum and Merida. A cenote is like a ...