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... she is a nervous mummy now she wanted to stick to easy dives that still give the idea of cave diving. The first dive was at Casa Cenote. On the way to her private dive (no one else had booked in that day) the guide described how Cenotes form.and explained that the one we were visiting was where the underground fresh water river through the limestone had broken through to the surface before going underground again (under the road and beach) to the sea.This was a ...
... enough to have Chris' underwater camera with us so have captured our experience (which I can't upload sorry as we can't transfer them to the iPad).
The beach front cafes were busy so we headed just back from the beach to a sweet and colourful cafe recommended to Nikki & Tyler by the people they are staying with. As well as a few cervezas, we ordered a mixture of burritos and tacos which were beautiful, the best we've eaten on ...
... during the tour. After being to Tikal we were actually pretty underwhelmed by these ruins. Emily's initial reaction to seeing the main temple was "Justin, do you think that is it?". I'm sure it would be amazing if you could still go inside the temple but unfortunately it is closed to the public now so we only got to see it in the pictures our guide showed us. The tour that day also included a swim in a cenote, this one was just like a big sink hole but the ...
... areas including, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and Cuba. That was really nice to see. I ended chatting up with a bunch of people tonight. I've met so many awesome people on this trip so I took some time to see what they did for the day, etc. and they were all curious about my adventures of the day.I ended up staying and playing pool with the people I've met instead because everyone didn't want to go to the Playa anymore since it was ...
... whole variety of other specific events over the last few centuries, even 9/11, and that the end of the 13th Baktun - Doomsday - will probably involve both nuclear war and cosmic destruction. However this Long Count calendar is just the first of five epochs, which when added together come to a futher astronomical measurement of time, equating to 26,000 years. And recent astronomy has established that every 26,000 years the earth rotates on its axis meaning the ...
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