Las Casitas Akumal
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... It was really great. Once we were in the water and snorkeled a few meters we just saw the first big turtle. During the entire tour we saw plenty of huge turtles swimming around us. We swam further out towards the little reef and we were already impressed by the diversity of fish and sealife we saw. There were many angelfish, groupers, french Angelfish and a lot of other fish. As we arrived at the reef a cleaner fish attached to Lea's belly. She didn't notice it because her life vest was ...
... cool. See photos. After we checked everything out we caught the bus to the next little town along the trail, vallalodid. A super cute town, very quiet but nice. We visited my first cenote which was cool. Cenotes are swimming holes, caves with water pretty much that go super deep. Apparently you can scuba dive down them but that seems little scary for this kid. The water was cold though which was very refreshing. It's so damn hot here, ...
... travelling with for a bit beforehand happened to be staying. She had bought tickets to the festival so was going to go down earlier and do a bit of recon for us! This gave a bit of extra pre-drinking time. Jet lag had caught up with Rose, so she went for a nap while I consumed a considerable amount of Mezcal and Tequila with some German dude, before getting started on the Rum :P In the meantime, Maya had text me back saying no one checked her ticket details on the door, so emailed ...
... amp; buy some dresses for Suse, Milly & Kelsie. I got back to the hostel around 12, I waited down stairs in the hammock for the Monkey guy but he didn't show, then I progressed up to my bed and slept for a couple of hours. Then headed down to the bar for a coke. I got chatting to a Mexican guy Marvin about possibly going to a Rasta bar tonight, so the plan was to meet down stairs at 10pm. I invited a couple of British guys as well. One of the workers at the ...
... round the lake in the town. I asked some lads if there were any toucans about and they didn’t understand so I flapped my arms and made a hook nose gesture and they laughed at me, as well as Lauren. One of the boys did his own sign language, a hangman, to let me know they were dead apparently.
Once back in Tulum we went for a swim, then packed ready for the journey down to Orange Walk in Belize and went out for our last meal in ...