Posada el Moro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... have a faster ferry. It used to take 45 minutes and now it takes about 30 minutes.
Monday - We are seeing some more migrant birds, which is wonderful. Palm, Yellow, Common Yellowthroat, Hooded, Magnolia Warblers, and Ovenbird. In Akumal we saw American Redstart, Black-and-White Warbler, and Yellow-throated Warbler. Whimbrels, Blue-winged Teal, Black-bellied Plovers, Least Sandpipers and Northern Shovelers are all heading north.
... and historical churches. Enjoying a delicious Mexican meal at one of the little cafes had us refreshed and ready to enjoy a wander through the many lanes and streets. Facing a long drive home had us enjoy the town for only a couple of hours. Thinking we would take the new freeway back and significantly cut down our driving time, we supposedly retraced our entrance route (though this is a little difficult with one way streets, and did see ...
... surrounding it and artefacts with great explanations in a brand new museum. Although we were both very tired we decided that while we were here we should take a look at the beach so just walked through the lobby of the nearest hotel trying to look like we knew where we were going so never hesitating, past all the pool goers and onto the beach which was admittedly beautiful- such ...
Woke up this morning and a bat flew into my face. After I woke up properly, I realised it was a big moth or butterfly or something something. So dramatic. Left Hotel Latino, brekkie on route to bus station. Fancied an omelette. Got omelette, salad, rice, a bag of tortillas and the ubiquitous refried beans. Lucky I like all that stuff. Bring it on.
Bus drops us on the side of the motorway after an hour, at a make shift station hiding under a gazebo. ...
... we went out of the cave and climbed a steep wooden ramp in order to fly across this zip line. It was brilliant! High above the trees but landed in water! :) In the end we got to snorkel in the caves. As it was a natural cave it was more interesting as the water in it was clear and only formed from rainwater. It was very deep but you could still see the bottom completely clear as the limestone filters the water coming through and it forms these ...