Playa Azul Tulum
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- Free parking
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A "cenote" is a sinkhole or natural well, formed when a limestone surface collapses, exposing the freshwater beneath. Mayans used to source fresh water from these cenotes, and sometimes perform ceremonies here. The Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico is well known for it's cenotes and Tulum is an ideal base to go cenote diving. Here you can try your hand at cavern and cave diving, something I've never done before, so am very excited to try something new.
... thanks to many margaritas and beers I don't remember much. Apparently Eamon and Kerry got searched by the cops on the street while I laid passed out hotel pool side on the sun bed. Brilliant idea I thought as beds were scarce in the room however as I found out the next morning they seem to have an ant problem and I had red bite marks all over my arm, not the best but oh well. The next day was a little slow for good reason. We eventually staggered down the ...
... sleep while Hinesh bops away on his iPod.
We are instructed to line up all our luggage on the dock while we wait for the sniffer dog to do his thing. The dog makes a couple of rounds and we are then allowed to take our luggage to clear Mexican immigration. Again no one tells you (not even our bible Lonely Planet) that you need to pay an arrival tax of US27.50. Some people had to head out to the ATM to pay this tax. Its a long and slow queue. We chat to an Aussie ...
... in his own words, “rolled off the couch” and started cycling just over a month before, Dan showed an enthusiasm for cycle touring that exceeded mine on the long stretches of highway between Cancun and Playa del Carmen and Tulum—the straight and flat tedious highway with fast moving cars and buses travelling to the resorts lining the highway one after another for the whole distance was challenging, but it was the relentless headwind, ...
... for another 20km…
With the petrol light repeatedly bleeping, then somehow found a route through some bushes to get back the other side of the road, finally make the right turn only to get to a petrol station in the pouring rain which didn’t work. Thankfully the hire car made up for my retardedness, and held out that bit longer until we were finally able to get gas - Not exactly the smoothest way to rent a car!
Incidentally when we left Cancun the ...