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... off . By evening the main square comes alive with locals out and about for a stroll and to take advantage of the free wifi offered in the park. We spent hours people watching and chatting to a crazy Mexican local who had visited Australia and New Zealand and wanted to tell us in great detail about his trip there. The following day we awoke to the most incredible buffet breakfast we have had yet. Harry ...
Had a windy night last night but woke to sunshine and a breeze. Another perfect day at the pool..........sunny and hot with a cool breeze. A few clouds now and again gave us a break from the sun.
There are a lot of trees on the property and some are overgrown, look like they don't belong, dieing, and it really needs to be thinned out. So today they had gardener's in to clean it up. They had a chainsaw and we did hear ...
... as it was quite big and deep. There were some sunlight rays coming in through the ceiling that looked awesome in the water! The last cenote was called Chacsinicche meaning tree of the res ants. This cenote had a larger opening and you could see in to the beautiful clear water. This cenote was the easiest to access with a big set of stairs down to the bottom. There was an area where you could jump into the water and Dylan did :) we snorkelled around at this cenote ...
... a huge crowd of locals, many of whom join in with the dancing, and if you have any extra energy, there is more dancing in the main plaza in the evening. Tuesday evening is the turn of Parque de Santiago and although we arrived late, we had time to have one dance.
We looked round a museum telling the story of trova Yucateca, local music which draws ...
... revealing an underlying cave system, and the water flow rates may be much faster: up to 10 kilometers / 6 mi) per day. Cenotes around the world attract cave divers who have documented extensive flooded cave systems through them, some of which have been explored for lengths of 100 km / ...