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... we decided to go for my last boys night drive through the jungle with Jordan ( Ross's friend also working) Gilly (a local buddy) and Ross driving. All was good and we were tearing through the dark off road tracks until we bumped into the first car we had ever seen out on this track, unfortunately this car was a police truck with 6 stupidly well armed policemen looking for some easy cash. We had done nothing wrong and yet they still wanted to take ...
... I said I left in box. Felt bad and don't think he believed me but I know I put it in the right place. Facetimed with mum and loaded photos then went for swim. Went for dinner with another Israeli guy and went in ice cream shop same as isla mujeres lady must have been bored as kept giving us free tastings - they had baileys flavour - amazing! Also mescal - not a flavour I'd pick as an ice cream - tasted just like ...
... and lunch and bought the following; a yoghurt (I have a plastic spoon), a red apple, a few plums, a specially prepared cheese sandwich with salad, and a 1l bottle of still mineral water. In fact, I had to wait a while for the lady at the sandwich-making counter, and some customers sitting there took it in turns to try to call the lady, much to their amusement. By the way, all the sandwiches that had been prepared and on display ...
... the strange chalk formations and fish
that lived there. As neither one of us have a diver’s license we couldn’t
explore the coolest parts of the cave system but now we have a reason to
return! After a lunch at a tourist trap where Fabian took a spoon-full of super
spicy picante salsa on his fajita and had to lay down for about half an hour we
made our way to Cancun. As we had about five hours before we had to leave ...
Day 10: Wednesday 8 January
The trip from Isla Mujeres into Tulum was relatively painless. We got the boat back into Cancun downtown and then a 4 hour coach from Cancun down to Tulum. Compared to the journeys we would be undertaking over the next while this one was easing us in nicely!! The bus pulled into the ADO station in Tulum and off we hopped. We had booked our accommodation before arriving so we set off in search of La Cigana, our digs for the next ...