Posada del Sol
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... about Christmas. That's ironic since the reason Hugo and I are in Mexico at all is based on a desire to escape Christmas and get away from cold and shopping and family obligations and all that. And here we are starting a new tradition. The Mexican Christmas Tradition.
We start with Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer because it's a great story and there's a cartoon to go along with it. It's like ...
... It worked very well. We found a neat bar later in the night that had reasonable priced beers and after endulging in a little inspirado headed to the after hours club attached to the bar. Turns out it was a mint club and literally after 3am people started to pour in. It was pretty fun and an experience I think we will not forget, first Mexican club. Hugh carked it early, Eamon went home with some Mexican bird and Kerry and I found ourselves wondering down ...
... a cool 20 degrees, far different to the 27-28 degrees that we had in the Caribbean. This sink hole drops to a depth of 120 meters, but our max depth would be 40 meters. What was insanely cool about this was that at about 22 meters there was a cloudy layer that we needed to pass through, and this layer was where the fresh water and salt water met, naturally the salt water was below the fresh. So dropping through this layer, visibility went from awesome ...
... al largo della costa dello Yucatan e a una mezzora di traghetto da Cancun, dove potremmo festeggiare con un po’ di lusso la fine di questa nostra indimenticabile avventura.
Traveling is never enough and we would be happy to keep going for many more months, if possible. That said, the first thing that came to our mind when we arrived at the station in Tulum is that we had quite enough of these interminable bus rides. Thirteen hours between ferries, buses ...
In our last full day in Tulum, we moved to a hostel in town which was a bit of a dive. The bathroom in our dorm had no running water and the toilet was clogged.
After checking in, we hired a scooter and rode to the Coba ruins. It was a bit sketchy at first as it was a good 45 minute drive on the highway. With both of us on it and flat out, it would max out at 95km/hr and I had to keep my eyes peeled for pot holes. The ride was fun and the ruins were rad. I climbed to the ...