Hotel Cabanas Luna Maya
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... park where I befriended a local taco man and had a beer and some food with him. Later I hung out with some of the people in my hostel before bed. The next day - home time... I made my way to the airport a little before lunch for my 14.36pm flight to Miami where I would connect back to Heathrow. What an amazing trip. I met a lot of great people and did some incredible things but as always the best part of being away is coming home. UK, I will be with you soon. Signing off. For now. ...
... of sulphur through your mask down here, it is extremely surreal. Around 34m, you pop out the other side of "The cloud" and the water is crystal clear, it's just dark! Down here you see more fallen trees, their trunks and branches still intact. Now you are on a night dive and trying to find any sunken treasure, with past stories of go pros, dive computers and watches to be found. No joy for me, but wow, what a spectacular start to cenote diving! On the ascent, you ...
The journey kicked off with Fiona and I flying separately to Cancun from Cork and London respectively. I was a bit apprehensive about the transatlantic flight especially given that I had celebrated my departure from Cork by promptly hitting myself in the face when donning my rucksack. Admiring my bloody lip, which later turned a funny shade of purple, I decided to try and spin every blip on this trip as a positive and ...
... is travelling for a year. He gives us tips on how to get to Tulum from Chetumal and tells us he is looking for the next undiscovered hot spot in the world. He plans on setting up a hospitality business of some sort be it a bar or cafe in this new hot spot. And that's why he will be gone for a year and travelling the world looking for this spot.
We decide to follow suit and jump in a cab to Tulum and settle in for another long trip - about 2.5 hours. The ...
... entertaining staff consisted of an Argentine girl, a boy from Mexico City, and a woman from Italy.
One of the best nights we had in Tulum was when we accidentally stumbled upon an art festival near our hostel. We met up with Benedict, a cheerful and quirky artist from Guadalajara who was staying at our hostel. I bought one of his handmade shirts, made from fabric that he found in Mexico, the United States, and India. Jason bought some hand-made ...