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Eggs for breakfast!! I knew it'd be a good day and it's all because we finally got eggs for breaky. We drove for an hour or so to the Grand Cenote and after a cautious entry, none of us wanted to leave. The water was perfect, there were turtles and fish swimming around you and so much to see in the caves. It was definitely grand and a lot bigger …
A nice easy 10am start (and delicious chorizo tacos from Billy the Kid for breakfast) and we drive for an hour to Tulum where we'll stay for 2 nights. We dump our bags at the Villa Tulum, grab chicken quesadillas for lunch and jump in taxis to the Tulum beach ruins. It was all fun and games walking through the picturesque ruins dodging iguanas and …
Today we woke up pretty late and got ready. Got breakfast at teetotum at 11am. Really funky Cafe bar! I ordered French toast and it was incredible. It had ricotta and maple syrup and caramelised bananas. Amazing. Ash got a yum breakfast sandwich. Then we went to the beach and hung out there for a while. It was a cool beach but there was too much …
... owner that we were interested in doing some cavern diving to which she eagerly replied that she knew a freelance instructor that could take us. So within 30 minutes our bags were packed, we were checked in to our new hostel and on the way to our first cenote (cavern). As we had never booked a dive with an independent diver* we were a little uncertain at first if Salvador, a free-talking Mexican hippy would tick all of our safety-conscious boxes. Our initial ...
... Carmen and Cancun). At around 3pm we venture back up and started our self-guided tour of the ruins.
Ruins are something we have seen quite a lot of, especially in Cambodia and more recently in Sri Lanka, but these ruins has a certain charm and uniqueness to them sitting right on the coast line, surrounded with palm trees and greenery. The ruins themselves are in a semi-reasonable state, some buildings still complete but a lot of partial buildings with no ...