Mahekal Beach Resort
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... in the 2nd largest reef worldwide. Reality... 2 hrs, 18ppl, 1m long glass section of the boat with little visibility, spots where fish were drawn with food, no or only dead coral. While some claim to have seen a sea snake the only one we saw was held at bay by white budgee smugglers. What wife lets there husband leave the house in a white banana hammock? For the good of humankind no photos were taken of this particular ...
... stoop in order to provide head clearance to the passage. The inverted V-like top of the tunnel was characteristic of Mayan Passages. As we exited the tunnel the wide open city scape was in full view. Unlike Lamanai, Tulum's cityscape was well maintained: clean and well trimmed. We stopped first at a individual dwelling of a Mayan family of the ancient city of Tulum. All that was now left of the dwelling was the foundation stones. Several bodies had been excavated from the floor ...
... of having nowhere to rush to for the first time this tour. Some people bought coconuts from a beach vendor. We took cheesy photos and videos. It wasn't even one of Tulum's nicer beaches, but who cares? As far as I'm concerned, it was great.
Back to town
By about 2-ish, I was getting hungry. Pradeep, Tatiana, Simone and I decided to head back to Playa del Carmen for some late lunch. Feeling lazy, we splurged on a taxi instead of ...
... off because at this point we were both dripping sweat from the heat. It was very sexy haha. After the zip lining we had lunch before we set off to snorkel with the wild green sea turtles. Lunch was very good. They had a bunch of different foods. We had Mexican tortillas, rice, mashed potatoes, pasta, salad bar and fresh made tortilla chips. We both had a glass of water to rehydrate ourselves. I was still thirsty after lunch and our guide brought me a drink called jimaca. ...
Out of bed at 9.30am (the lie-in was amazing, who thought I would call 9.30am a lie-in). Did my theory for the navigation and peak buoyancy dives. Then Angelos and I went out for a quick brekkie on the beach before heading to Playa Scuba for our 2 adventure dives, Navigation and Peak Buoyancy. Cannot wait to see how the guys fared this morning on their confined water dives.
We got there at 12.30pm but the guys weren't back yet and they were so disorganised and ...