Hotel Posadas Addy
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... day is to stay outta the sun.
Having wasted yesterday we got up and out ready to seize the day. We picked up some single speed/no brake push bikes, popped into the supermarket for bread and ham and headed out to check out a nearby cenote. Cenotes are naturally formed sink holes, caused by water erosion of limestone. They are usually connected by a large network of underwater caves and caverns. Those in this area extend for over 14km. Diving these ...
... you could replenish your water bottles.
Armed police are highly visible in towns and cities we visited.
Mexican fast food everywhere, at road side stalls or carts, tasty and cheap. Restaurants 40/50% of UK prices depending where you are, more touristy the more expensive it became.
... the most typical liquor drunk in Mexico. Some people say that Mezcal is stronger than Tequila; others claim that Mezcal is actually softer than Tequila. Either way we found it horrible, even with a lunette of orange. However, it had the expected effect on us, meaning that it helped us lose up a bit and go dancing at least for a while. We were back in our hotel at about 2.30.
Day 3: October 19, 2014
That morning we woke up with a ...
... ripper night. Eamon ended up being really sick and Kerry had to take him home, the other 2 couples **** off as well and once again I was left by myself. My plan was to party all night and then go straight to airport for my 7am flight. Good in theory however we got home too early at 445am and I stupidly decided to have a quick power nap. I set my alarm for half an hour but of course it didn't go off. Yep I ****** up big time. I woke up at 830am in an ...
... There were about 20 more huge temples scattered through the jungle however a lot of them had been remade so what we were experiencing technically wasnt mayan, but still incredible!
We almost forgot to tell you about one of the most amazing moments we experienced on the beach of Tulum. So, like every night before sleep we went to the beach to have a bit of fresh air and talk about our favourite Jackie Chan movie, we definitely didn't expect ...