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... rest of the day alternating between exploring Flores further (it only took about 20 minutes to stroll the perimeter of the island and a quarter of it was submerged in water) and taking shelter in the cool of our hostel's bar. On Saturday, we were up early again for our trip to Belize. It took us a couple of hours to reach the Guatemala-Belize border, whichever we crossed smoothly, and another few hours to reach Belize City, where we took a ferry to the island of Caye ...
... off the boat swimming like crazy to keep up with them. Gareth and one of the Danes are soon miles from the boat lost in their own little private mission to keep up with the Rays. Topping off our trip we spot a couple of turtles shagging. We watch these guys for about a minute when the female decides she's obviously has had enough. She takes a loud deep breath raising her head and then bucks the male off and they disappear ...
... on the nightbus or in hammocks, we decided to treat ourselves to a bed - luxury!! After exploring the town and buying ingredients for dinner, we headed back to the hostal to cook and ended up chilling all evening with the other travellers. Most were heading in the opposite direction to us and had just been to the caribbean, so it was good to pick up some tips. Then this ...
COBA, CHICHEN ITZA, and VALLADOLID, MEXICO. DAYS 4-5. Scott and I got onto a 7a bus to Coba, about an hour into the jungle from Tulum. Again, we were among the very first ones there. We saw some amazing pyramids and other temples. It was unlike Tulum in that the ruin is much, much larger, over several square miles, and it is also reclaimed by the jungle and only partially excavated. Actually, most of the pyramids, etc are only excavated on one side, and there ...
... we departed. Drove back to Tulum for lunch. Found the same place where we had eaten years ago, with the great view of the beach below. Sat up on the bluffs, overlooking the white sand and tourquoise water. Food was fine. Kyl and I walked down to the beach; it was so bright. Almost unbearably so, even with glare-resistant sunglasses. We didn't stay for long. Returned to the table ... but, soon, everyone wanted to go down to the ...