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... ruins, the collectivo cost us 40 pesos. Yay savings.
We are dropped off on the corner of the ruins entrance and take a walk down. There are a lot of "free info" booths or "official" ticket booths on the way to the booth. Until you get to the entrance of the ruins these are all tour guides hoping to sell you snorkelling, sailing or guided tours, so if you're not keen on these get used to saying "no gracias" a couple of times on your walk. Its about 750m to ...
... was nothing short of heart racing. As we sped down the highway towards Tulum, an unusual silence between all four of us was suddenly broken with a little scared voice in the back row. It was Jess saying "umm...so I love you guys". We all nervously laughed as our driver reached speeds of I don't even know what. As you can imagine we were all massively relieved when we reached our destination, we couldn't wait to get out. We had arrived into Tulum a bit later than ...
... much everything was good – including the places in these last two weeks.
Yes, I got a little bored of colonial towns, cursed every speedbump, got anaemic and pretty ill, got lost in a canyon and woke up on a urine rug surrounded by frogs, held at knifepoint and attacked, ate tongue, head and eyeball tacos, had a couple of run-ins to the police including my initial night out throwing up in the taxi, turned up to a fancy dress party where no one had heard of my ...
... dripping with sweat we strolled back to our bikes keen to get on and ride to get the air flow going. And there in front of us was a perfectly, strategically placed drink stand..... COLD COKE ALL ROUND! Yes please. After we guzzled our cokes we jumped back on and I took off setting the pace again, the breeze generated from riding was so cooling, thank god. I wouldn't have survived walking. So we got back to the main intersection and turned left to head to the smaller ruins. ...
... display. This consisted of a very simple scaffolding held together with baling twine (the old Mexican favourite) about 4 stories tall but about 4sq meters base, held up by 4 ropes tied to park benches and whatever else was handy at the time! They were setting up wheels on the structure with fireworks on them and a couple of wheels at the top. When the display finally got going that night about 11pm there was a very brave (or stupid) lad climbing around the structure setting off ...