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... around a group of palms. I was very very tempted to take a snap myself!
After visiting the ruins I had the decision of waiting 3 hours in the rain for the next shuttle bus or walking back through the town. I opted for the latter, which turned out to be alongside a motorway , very long and very wet- not my wisest call so far. The town of Tulum is similar to Palenque in that the only reason tourists are there is for the ruins, ...
... when you're there. It is the rainy season here in the Yucatan, so it has rained every day but luckily the rain only lasts for about 10 minutes and it's sunny again.
Later I bought some souvenirs and walked around the marina again. We spotted some great Yucatan creatures since being here: a large rodent, iguanas big and small, cats, pelicans, dolphins and even crabs!
... crustier bread this morning. Must of been sitting in the sun a bit to long. We headed to the main drag and were picked up by a collective mini bus. These busses run along the main tourist highway and you can get picked up and stop whenever wherever you want. 30 pesos each and we were on our way to Akumal beach a short drive up the highway to swim with some turtles. So a bit of an adventure. We were dropped off at ...
... well known Cenote in the area. Full of tourists, this cenote is a partly collapsed cave. Some people were snorkelling into the cave with torches, but I didn't have time (plus I think I might have freaked out a bit).
After Gran Cenote (it's pronounced se-NOT-eh in case anyone is wondering!) I went back to the hostel and, along with a guy staying at the hostel, got a colectivo up the road to Playa Akumal. Now this place I haven't seen in any of ...
... and wanted to check out the observatory, where they looked at the stars. We walked down that way, and got a bunch of pictures. This place is very neat. We saw a wild iguana, looked just like my buddy daniels, named Iggy, just a little smaller. Got a picture of him suntaning.
We also went back to the big pyramid, and got pictures of us infront of it, and it was huge. I found the perfect gift for my father, and am hoping it does not break on the way home. You know ...
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