Hotel Residencia La Mariposa
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... we'd been meaning to do for a while). It was really pretty despite the colossal rain storm we'd had during the night. Molly also got up to say goodbye, which was so sweet. I've made some amazing friends at wildtracks and I'm so sad to be leaving them. I really hope we all stay in touch!
Dionesio drove me to the 6 o'clock bus. It was sad saying goodbye to him too! He's such a nice man. The bus was brilliant; it's top speed was about ...
... We will be travelling deeper into the ancient Mayan kingdom as we make our way through central America, passing other Mayan cities that at least equal, if not surpass, Chichen Itza's glory. They will also be a lot less visited compared the the thousands of tourists that are bussed into Chichen Itza each day. This number increases this week due to the spring equinox. Tulum's Mayan ruins are much more modest than Chichen Itza, but it's the location ...
... glad that I hadn`t decided to go by bus what would have been a 32-hours-ride and it had not even been cheaper than the plane. Since I had not heard any good things about Cancun (very touristy and full of huge hotels along the beach), I continued to Tulum straight away (you can take a bus from the airport but you'll have to change in Playa del Carmen). It was already dark when I arrived so I just took the first hostel that I found on the main road.
The next day I went ...
At the beginning of my three week journey through Mexico I endeavoured to learn as much about the Mexican culture as possible. What I didn't realise was that I was about to embark on a journey of my own personal discovery of the Kiwi culture. This lead me to realise just how little we actually know about their race and how f**king brilliant they really are. It was on the East Coast in Playa Del Carmen where I met 4 Kiwi's who educated me on cultural aspects I wasn't aware ...
... I will check at the bus station to see if it is there. The reason behind this was because I knew the bus would most probably be there and it would be easy to communicate seeing as the Belizean national language is English.
And so the story of Belize starts with another goose chase around Belize city, which I can't say feels like the safest place on earth, with a poor German guy that I met on the bus, who for whatever reason decides to come with me.