Hotel Playa Kin Ha
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... I had a quiet afternoon, it's overcast but the lagoon is beautiful. I will leave Bacalar after just one night and go to Caye caulker in Belize.
This is week has been an emotional one with the news of a friend at home passing away. A boy lost way too young. I watched the funeral by a live stream which was nice to see but very sad. My heart goes out to his family and friends at home. Rest Easy Nick
... have had on our trip so far. Fruit starters, with a gourmet toasted sandwich / tramazzini with a fruit smoothie. I know it sounds like a little thing, but it was such a treat after either scrounging for our own breakfasts (which invariably was a couple of bananas) or having jam on toast. We complimented Chelo on her breakfasts and she remarked that she just wants to make sure people enjoy their stay. So by being so welcoming and making the amazing breakfasts she definitely achieved ...
... beautiful view. In total we spent close on 3 hours at the ruins.
On our way back the hotel we discussed hiring bikes from the hotel and going off to find another cenote. On our bikes we got, stopped for a little snack and beer along the way. And off we went. Well we only went about 300m actually. Kev had ...
... lemonade at some roadside stand with Doug and I got sick because I made ice with the tap water."
We pulled into a roadside restaurant and had dinner. Excellent fish tacos, guac, juice drinks - beers for the adults (well, not this adult). It was nice to be back in Tulum. From this vantage point, it feels the same - but later trips down the road showed us that this is not the case.
... for some simply stunning photos. The vastness and beauty of this place was inspiring and amazing, a long past civilisation creating such a beautiful city in such an amazing location - WOW a must see if you’re ever in these parts. But something else that I really enjoyed, and not taking away from the epic ruins that surrounded us - was the prehistoric Iguanas. These bad boys were literally lounging around everywhere, on the walking paths, ...