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... I switched between being terrified (probably unnecessarily) and wanting to throw up. Again, I made it to the dock and jumped in a bus for playa del Carmen, South of Cancun.
after an hour or so I arrived, and spent the next hour searching for my hostel, walking past it around 5 times. And what an amazing hostel it is. With air conditioning in the rooms, a private bathroom for the 9 bunk room, brand new and with a frozen yoghurt store, it was perfect. I spent the day ...
the next few lines are dedicated to our IDC friends and may contain some insider things that not everybody will / must understand.
Who was in our course?
Chris and Syltan - these guys we've known for a few weeks and are around us almost since we've been here on Cozumel. Chris knows how to combine partying and passing an IDC, preparing presentations within 10 minutes ...
In downtown tourist central
I woke up on the early side this morning, to blissful quiet. Playa del Carmen is so far east in this time zone that the sun rises and sets much earlier than elsewhere in Mexico. I set out for some breakfast, enjoying the peace and quiet of a party town that hadn't woken up yet from the night before. Shops were almost all closed, and I walked down to the beach a block from our hotel to find it mostly empty. I ...
... and got changed for rappelling and ziplining. We put on our gear and met our new guide Ulises. He was a funny guy. He walked us over to the rappelling station, gave us a quick 5 minute run through and we were climbing the 70 foot tower. Once we reached the top I took a minute to catch my breath and take in the amazing view. We could see jungle all around us. It was beautiful. We stepped to the edge facing backwards and positioned our feet wide apart and then it was time ...
... tour from this funny Mexican man in his little autocart. It was sooo hot and he was going pretty fast in his car! We followed from shaded area to shaded area. Chichen Itza was one of the largest cities built by the Mayan people around 600AD but its architectural style was influenced by Mexican style (example were snake heads, eagles..). The main feature of Chichen Itza is El Castillo (aka temple of Kukulkan) which was named ...