El Acuario Hotel
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... another tour to go to the rainforest. The bus drive was very informative about different things about the rainforest, the tour instructor spoke good english and was giving some very interesting facts over the bus speakers, school kids would learn a lot from the bus trip.
When we arrived there it was such a spectacular site! The hole had filled with water and it was amazing how something so beautiful formed itself naturally! One of ...
... village called Yal-Ku, a beautiful maze of natural pools that connected with the sea, and we spent hours just exploring with our snorkels. It was a peaceful haven away from other tourists and an ideal chance to enjoy the wildlife at our own pace.
One last thing we wanted to do before we left Mexico was to swim with whale sharks. The Mexican government has control as to when tourists are allowed to book tours, to give the whale sharks space at the start of ...
... were picked up from the station by Aude and Santiago, who kindly dropped us at our hotel, Riviera Caribe Maya, a few blocks away.
After quickly throwing our bags in our poolside room and changing into more weather appropriate shorts and t-shirts we walked down to the main strip, 5th Avenue, for drinks and a catch up.
Despite only being 6 hours time difference to UK we were feeling ...
... a not feeling good, but will stay out if need be as i settled abit. Either choice was good to me. Then we got a bite. Meanwhile, during all this, we had rods in the water, and the guide asked stacie to come out and reel it in. She did, but was looking like death. She caught a smaller fish. Jodi has pictures of it. Then Stacie was asking if we were going back, as she needed to get off the boat. The guide said yes, we are going to meet another boat, get live bait for ...
We caught the ferry from Isla Mujeres yesterday to Puerto Juarez, then a taxi to Cancun town and then a bus to Playa Del Carmen. There are two different buses to take, the first class ADO bus which costs about M$60 and the colectivos (mini buses) which are about half the price. We ended up taking the colectivos, which was comfortable enough, but we were all packed into the back seats! If I was going to go again I would get on first with a seat up the front! We ...