Hotel Cabanas Luna Maya
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... stopped EVERYWHERE. It took bout 5 hours to get to tulum and there was no toilet on the bus so I had to run out during one of the busier stops, trusting two really nice girls to stop it from leaving without me!
When I got to Tulum it was around 7pm. I got some directions to my hostel and decided to walk as it didn't look that far. Turns out I was wrong and it was really bloody far and my bag was rely bloody heavy, but that was my fault! I was ...
... fancy. Most Mexican dishes are centred around corn or maize tortillas, what they are called seems to be mainly influenced by the way the tortilla is wrapped around the filling, but ultimately there is little difference between a torta, taco, fajita, burrito or quesadilla. But I like them and they're usually filling, and in this instance cheap too! The rest of the day is spent packing or relaxing, but not on the hammock as too many of the strings have now ...
... away from the main track to smaller ruins. Most of the ruins are cascaded surrounded by small pillars that seem to be left overs of small houses, also you can find stones with hieroglyphics in it. On one stone plate we could recognize the sketch of a conquerer wearing a sailor hat and bloomers (Pumphosen) and carrying guns - that was really, really overwhealming.
After a few houndred meters we arrived at the castello Nohoch Mul. A huge ruin to climb up. It is the ...
... you as they manage to order everything off the menu with tequila in it. Something they don't find particularly funny is when you try and pass successful prodigy's or products from New Zealand as Australian, for example, referring to Lorde as the "break through Aussie artist who conquered charts at the young age of 17". What also tends to agitate a Kiwi is that Aussie girls can strike really high notes when they talk sometimes. This can be particularly ***********trol after ...
... familiar with each one. First things first, we are in a jungle with fresh water cenotes (caves/caverns) that are used by the family that owns the adventure park and the surrounding community as their potable water source. This means that any chemicals should not be introduced to the cenotes...that includes bug spray and sunscreen. There are chilly fresh water showers we use to rinse off before starting our repelling into the cenotes and a short swim through our first cenote. ...