Om Tulum Hotel Cabanas and Beach Club
Travel Blogs from Tulum
We had explored a couple of cenotes the day before by bike and were envious of the swimmers diving well below us into darkness so had organised our own dives to cenotes for today. Although it was a Sunday they had organised someone to dive with us and another Aussie joined the boat. We had an eerily familiar conversation we've had with quite a few travellers that went something like this: "hey where are you from?" Us: "Sydney", "where abouts?", us: Hornsby area "Oh yeah ...
... we just found somewhere comfortable, so just do the same and relax. So both myself and the Brits ended up right near the restroom. So annoying and little did we know she was about to get more annoying. So I tried to do some blogging on the trip, but since I hadn't slept much at all last night it wasn't long before I fell asleep. Frankenweenie was on the television, not something I feel the need to watch in English or Spanish. I looked over and the ...
... I feel. Last night we had dinner with two Italians we met on our tour of the 'Sian Ka'an biosphere reserve'. We went for Italian food with them which was really nice but felt abut grown up as and abit like a double date - yak! We will be sad to leave Tulum behind, it has so much to offer although we both need a break from the daily stresses of the Caribbean beaches and rum punch, its too much! ...
... I can always change my mind, pull in, so far so good enough, but not sure I'm seeing it, shared bathroom, beach front $90 U.S, plus taxes. Zara the doll at the desk takes me through, and I'm starting to get it, as I walk through to check out the most basic, this lovely chit chats it up, selling me on everything, without selling me on anything, if I've got it I may as well go the beachfront it's a completely different experience, to,wake up to that! to ...
... them. "There's a bus setting off in a couple of hours. I'll give you a 10% discount if you go on it". Sold.
So grabbed some food (I'll discuss that later too) and returned to take the trip, via the Dive Shop to get kitted out, on to Dos Ojos (two eyes) cenotes.
Now then, a beginner's introduction to geology in Mexico (written by a beginner...) From what I remember being told; the Yucatan Peninsula is essentially a limestone slab of ...
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