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The coast here faces the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, some 700km long. The stretch at Puerto Morelos has been a national park since 2000, and restrictions help preserve the reef from overfishing and tourism, although nothing can prevent the damage from hurricanes. ...
... colours, shapes and species of marine animals and coral. It was like diving in a borderless commercially designed aquarium, only one hundred times better. Huge coral overhangs and spectacular swim-throughs along with witnessing a enormous sleeping green turtle under a cave made it definitely worthwhile.
I was happy to say goodbye to the tour group and continue the travels with the family. The tour group experience confirmed to me what traveling is. It's not about seeing ...
... Bloody hell, I thought that the Solent/Varsity beef was intense, but that was nothing compared to yesterday! The other team were ridiculously dirty I just wanted to punch them back, but I couldn't. The trash talk they were aiming at me was just ridiculous... "ya regresa a tu pais" "go back to your country" "what are you doing here" "ella no puede" My teammates and coach have always told me to fight back during games, and today they told me to ...
... are. They consist of entire villages many miles across, not just a few pyramids as we'd thought. Many of the constructions have not been unearthed from the jungle, so anywhere there is a mound, you can be sure it will contain a construction of some sort. But the mounds are virtually impossible to see as well, given that they are surrounded by trees.
The view a tourist usually sees of Tulum is from the beach, and I have included one photo of that below. But the ...
... can’t get much better than that! Oh and did I mention the weather was sunny and 31 degrees!
There’s a 6 hour time difference between Mexico and the UK so it was only 15.30 once we had arrived and settled into the hotel. So only one thing for it, we smothered ourselves in sun tan lotion and headed down to the beach where we spent the rest of the afternoon trying really hard not to fall asleep.