Hotel Cabanas Luna Maya
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... of hours there, we headed to the beach again to finish off the day. Amazing tacos for dinner at a street stall; spicy chorizo! Tomorrow morning Greg and Katy are leaving for Belize, but we're staying in Tulum another day to explore.... We're still planning our next moves but expect to cross to Belize over the weekend and onto Guatemala shortly after. That's all for now, we've included some of the best photos. Lots of love, Victoria and Russell ...
... we didnīt obviously want to be too far. The cheapest option was a 6-bed dorm for MXN 120 per person, located right under the hostelīs bar which got apparently very noisy at night. We checked a few more hostels but their price ranged between MXN 130 and MXN 150 per person. We already knew that in Mexico it was usually cheaper to stay a double room than to share a dorm with other travelers. In Tulum double rooms seemed to be more expensive with the cheapest ones ...
... we hit up a bar that was open till 4am and then went on a golf cart tour of the island at 4am with some friends! So much fun got home around 6am!! :) Arising we headed off to hire a golf cart with Katie and Rachel also and went around the island for the day stopping off watching the ziplining that you can do having some lunch at "the Joint!" A little reggae bar which was really cute! Then our final stop was the beach for some relaxing swimming! Had a pretty chilled out night ...
... end to our Mexican adventure.
Day 13: Saturday 11 January
The next morning we were up early to get the bus to Chetumal from where we would get the boat to Caye Caulker in Belize. The boat was due to sail at 3pm but we've learned that schedules aren't really adhered to in this part of the world! We were told to line up at 2.45pm for what we assumed to be boarding....no it was for the Mexican border exit security check. We'd never seen anything like ...
... lush grass surrounding ruins on probably the best ruins vantage point in the Mayan area. The site is much smaller than Chichen Itza and Ek Balam,'we walked it in under an hour. There is also access from the main Castillo, down to the beach for a swim (when weather permits - we skipped it with the drizzle and clouds). Cenote diving: Another massive draw to the region is the cenotes for swimming, snorkelling and diving. If you are a diver and haven't dived a ...