El Duende del Mar
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... of hours for Luis to pick us up, so we enjoy some snacks, beer and swimming in one of the most beautiful beaches in Cancun, with a still sea like a giant pool.
I managed to sleep all the way back to Playa del Carmen, we were back at a good time for all to enjoy the last day at the sun. Mari and me went to get pizzas for lunch at Il Baretto, the kids had time for more sun in the afternoon and I visited a couple of hotels as Mari and I decided to stay more days after ...
... treat myself to an island manicure and pedicure. Little did I know that the gorgeous girl who did my nails would take over two hours to do them. The longest nail session ever, but it was island time where things were just slow. She was so divine and shared so much with me about the life of being a local. The Island was a grand total of 8 kms long and 1.6 kms wide, so nowhere was too far. I strolled back to our hut to find Braden and Stu ready to have dinner and drinks with ...
... of the site may be one of the reasons the Maya founded the city of Tulum exactly here, as Tulum later became a prominent trading port during the late Postclassic. Thanks Mr Wikipedia.
We decided to leave just after 12 noon as none of us decided on swimming in the turbulent sand churned up ocean. Plus ...
... and I wasted 200 pesos going back and forth, and am unfortunately stuck in Cozumel now. Of course the only reason I am really here is to dive, and I am doing that tomorrow! The reefs of Cozumel are some of the best in the world to explore, you can read about them in any dive book. So right now the plan is to dive, and if I have to leave Cozumel early, oh well. But I would like to do some couchsurfing now, as I'm tired of paying for hostels. RYAN UPDATE: ...
... ruins in Tulum (for my fourth time,) and had a great time exploring Mexico’s number
1 attraction according to the Lonely Planet guide, Michelle’s bible.
Afterwards, we went down the road to Playa Paraiso. Paradise Beach, and it
really did live up to its name. Beautiful, beautiful place.
And that sums up Michelle’s week in and
around Cancun. An amazing week to start off our travels through Central
America, next stop: ...