Xbalamque Cabanas Tulum
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If you ever wondered where that cliche picture of paradise Microsoft has for your PCs wallpaper (which I definitely have , instead of writing English papers), I can say I've found it. (maybe) Tulum was absolutely breath taking, it's been a life dream of mine to visit Mayan ruins , and Tulum surely fulfilled them. The ruins are built right off the coast, and if you climb some ropes and ignore the "do not cross signs" (which I used my, me no hablo espanol excuse, although everyone; I'm sure knows what a big red "X" ) you can capture the blue water and a scenery which is truly breath taking. The photos I took could easily be found on a 16 year olds tumblr which a clever caption in white font along the lines of "bring me to paradise" or the lyrics of a Coldplay song. Today I had fun being "artsy" or basically a basic teenage girl with a camera . But I can say the weird squats and angles I was bending just to get that "perfect insta" pic were totally worth it.
I'm going to take a nap now in the back of this shady taxi.
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If you ever wondered where that cliche picture of paradise Microsoft has for your PCs wallpaper (which I definitely have , instead of writing English papers), I can say I've found it. (maybe) Tulum was absolutely breath taking, it's been a life dream of mine to visit Mayan ruins , and Tulum surely fulfilled them. The ruins are built right off the …
... we got that far was because we agreed between the two of us that if we finished the drink we could have another tasty drink (the margaritas looked amazing) as a prize for finishing. After battling through half the drink and tossing up if it was worth 'accidently' spilling the drink on the floor we decided to cut our losses, defeated we left the drinks where they were, possibly for the first time ever. Turns out they were basically Bloody Marys with Beer - they ...
... and explored many small tributaries along the way, it was so peaceful with the only sounds coming from the birds in the jungle around us. Leaving behind this little piece of paradise we caught another boat to Punta Barrios on Guatemala's Carribean coastline and then a final boat to Punta Gorda which is an entry port into Belize. It was a nice change to be traveling by boats instead of buses.
The next stop was Caye Caulker ...
... of a sudden the man on stage reached in pulled out a ticket and said docientos vente quatro!! I ran the number through in my head a few time and was 99% sure that was our ticket, I said to Bobbie "that's us" and she jumped up and headed for the stage. While she was walking up there I thought to myself, god I hope it's the right number, or she will look pretty stupid. Thankfully it was the right number and we won ourselves a 1 liter bottle of vodka. When the man ...
... me up on the offer and are heading out for the day tomorrow, leaving me to my own devices. I can't wait to walk along the beach, find a nice restaurant and actually enjoy a leisurely meal without kids... And squeeze in a few more hours in my hammock of course! After my morning on the beach today, I spent an hour in it just chilling with my book - it was pure paradise!
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