Boca Paila Fishing Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was beautiful. We had an amazing lunch in town at a delish Italian place and it's funny how good food can make you feel so happy. Michelle and Kyle have barely let us pay for anything and paid for most of this meal too, we are lucky to have such great friends and oh god... it is nice to have good food again. I miss it! We then wanted to go to the Laguna Koonlum that Joshua has also suggested but when we went there, it was closing ...
... appetising as it was filled with seaweed. Having had our fill of the crowds, we took a collectivo back to Tulum Pueblo centre and headed to a vegan place for a delicious lunch.
Later, we did some research into cenote diving. The Yucatan peninsula gives the unique opportunity to dive in freshwater cenotes - these are natural sink holes; essentially underground caves. As usual, we checked the PADI website and opted to go only with the ...
... heat of the chillies! Tulum, two hours down the coast, was a beautiful hippy infested town on the Caribbean coast of Mexico. The ruins were stunning and worth visiting early to avoid the Cancun coach tours. We stayed in Tulum Pueblo, the town away from the Zona Hotelera on the coast. We saw no less than 4 vegetarian restaurants in the town and stayed in a beautiful hostel 'Mango' which has a lovely pool to escape from the midday heat ...
... aisles and only got fuller as we stopped what seemed like every few hundred metres to pick people up. The journey took a lot longer with all the stopping and starting but at $15B, £4 each to travel 4 hours to Mexico its not bad!!! The journey was mainly uneventful until most people had gotten off and we approached the border. We missed the fact there was a $37.50B exit fee and were a few dollars short...of course there is no ATM or card machine so after a quick discussion and ...
... one was spotty, squid which squirted their ink as a fish ate one, lots of fish mainly blue, yellow or silver and coral reefs (not very colourful but great for seeing the different fish). The turtles were amazing. They would feed on the sea grass right underneath you (approx 2m) then come up for air every now and then poking their wee heads out above water - so cute and cool to see. One did this about 1m from us, a bit surreal really! The water was incredibly warm almost like ...