El Pez at Turtle Cove
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Then off to bed ready for another early morning and big day to follow. Joe and I left the hostel at like 815am headed to a little town called cabo which has some neat ruins, more ruins I know. They were cool and we could climb on them as well which was neat. See photos. We left cabo round 330 bound for the small paradise town of tulum. Arriving here we checked into our hostel, hostel sheck, before I grabbed a rental bike and headed straight ...
... But its done now. Today was also my first go at using a go pro. My pictures didn't turn out too well, there was a time delay in the camera that I couldn't figure out. After the snorkel Adrian and I sat in the hammocks and again chatted until the divers returned.
Diving El Pit and Dos Ojos
It's me Hinesh again and we only came to Tulum to see the ruins and the stunning jade green waters however I ended doing my second dive experience here in Central America. ...
... some great shops but mostly it was a dusty and un exciting town. So Stuie had set off on his own, leaving Stephie & I to do a little retail therapy. We roamed the shops for a couple of hours & then decided before leaving town, we would find a bottle shop to buy some more Malbec to drink later that night. It was a mission, but we managed to successfully complete our goal. With our wine in toe we jumped in a taxi, eager to get back to our little sacred ...
... cave. We had a delicious BBQ in the forest with locally caught river perch, cactus leaves, avocado, optional chillies and the ever present tacos. Such a wonderful experience, a real taste of local culture. Next stop was Merida after an 8 hour bus journey. I expected the local buses to be pretty basic especially after my experience in PNG (sharing wooden slatted seats with crops and chickens) but these are more like National Express coaches with films showing and ...
... navigate the tents we found out that it was a protest by teachers against changes to the education system. Now they would have to do quality assessments and have certain 3rd level qualifications to be promoted. How dare the government implement such dramatic changes!!! They had been there a couple of weeks and had until two days before the Independence Day celebrations to move. There were full scale riots on that day, thankfully we were far away at that stage but who would have ...