Cabanas Los Arrecifes
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... as the bus pulled in already half full. I wouldn't have been happy paying so much only to be made to stand for four hours. Otherwise the ride was uneventful. During the day I've read up on Cuba and come up with a loose plan based on a route they recommend. Three weeks should be enough time. That gives me a little over two to do Mexico.
In Tulum for about half nine (making it a 12+ hour jolly) we grabbed some food before calling it an early night. ...
... vocal complaining creaking rattling and a mind of their own, back pedal brakes but we got there, 4 kms later.
Lovely supermarket for fruit across the road. And tonight we will have a pre-made salad from the salad bar, a roast chicken and our first bottle of wine. Wine in restaurants has been expensive. Have been trying to get fresh milk for tea and coffee but everywhere is ...
After a little waiting around a super skinny german hippy look us to the spa area where we were both told to underess completely and the bed face up. They rubbed us is clay for ages and then wrapped us up before making us sit naked in a little bath overlooking the sea while they washed the clay off us, super weird! After that we returned to the table for a regular ...
... swimming hole and most often in a cave or cave like pond area (my interpretation anyway). We went to Cenote Cristal only 5mins ride from our house (entry cost 60 peso each). It wasnt so kucmh a cave like one like so many others we had seen in pictures, but it was in the middle of forrest type land and surrounded by folliage and greenery. The Cenote or swimming pool area itself had rocks forming it and the clearest green water that it was just as beautiful in its own ...
... can't afford to do it, so many don't know their own country let alone other countries. In Peru, everyone seemed more interested that we saw as many places of their country as we could, that they were proud and wanted foreigners to visit and see all of the wonderful things Peru has to offer. I don't know, this is just the words of a few, but it was interesting to me that I've heard this way of thinking a few times now, from both people who are and aren't ...