Casa Blanca - Rancho San Eric
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Today was the last major journey of our trip (until we fly home, of course). We woke up in our nice little hostel room, packed up and checked out. We got some breakfast at a tiny little cafe down the road that was full of locals. I was scared about getting food poisoning because the hygiene there was slightly lacking. James told me to man up. We didn't get I'll in the end so all was good.
We experienced the joys of the mexican tube fir ...
... This dive was much darker, with less light coming through. We also surfaced in the second 'eye' of Dos Ojos, for a look at that, before heading back to the original eye. We also saw fossils and amazing caverns on the way, together with stunning stalactites and stalagmites. This dive was at an average of 7m and a maximum of 10m, for 50 minutes. We were told that at no point were we more than 60 metres away from an open air source, so that was reassuring to know. ...
... as the bus pulled in already half full. I wouldn't have been happy paying so much only to be made to stand for four hours. Otherwise the ride was uneventful. During the day I've read up on Cuba and come up with a loose plan based on a route they recommend. Three weeks should be enough time. That gives me a little over two to do Mexico.
In Tulum for about half nine (making it a 12+ hour jolly) we grabbed some food before calling it an early night. ...
... beach for a few hours. Nothing too exciting except for some nudey lessers. Had a nap, swam, exfoliated with seaweed, all the normal things. We got bored so headed back to the hotel via another juice bar and Pollo Bronco for some take away lunch, a whole spatchcocked chicken. It was amazing, we demolished it in no time back at the hotel. Quick turn around and we were back at the spa for our experience.
... out like rain, long skinny balloons (like used for animal making) & giant round balls/balloons come streaming out - which all made great entertainment (again see photos). Long story short; hell of a night out, amazing entertainment, awful hangover and even worse van trip home the next day back to Tulum (40 peso).
Due to the above this meant a very chilled out relaxing day and catching zzzz's until....we caught up with fellow Southlander and good friend Jamie ...