Catalonia Playa Maroma
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... trees. We spent the morning walking around and sweating through our t-shirts. Next to the main ruin are steps which leads down to the white sandy beach. The whole place was amazing to see. Afterwards we stopped off in Tulum, a small town of only 18,000 people, to have lunch with the group. We had tacos and ceviche again which cost about 300 pesos a lot cheaper than the more touristy place of Playa Del ...
... dropped off completely. We put on our snorkel masks and slowly swam farther into the cavern. We could see the small catfish below us swimming around and the large stalactites overhead with tiny bats flying from here to there.
We swam around in the cave exploring different areas. Watching the catfish and with me making sure no sharks surprised me. Bryce kept bugging me that a shark somehow had gotten in the cave and was going to get me. I have an extreme and ...
... to-work time. Today, just a different journey. The train took an hour to gatwick, a short hop on the shuttle to reach the North terminal and no queue at all to drop my bag! We ended up departing an hour late. Sat on the plane loading cargo after cargo. A tad annoying. It's been a while since I've flown a long haul flight during the day time. And it's boring. I managed to watch 3 films, 3 tv programmes and still not fill all the time. So of course we landed nearly ...
... And with my luck, unlike the last dive where I was wedged into the middle of the line, this time I was on the outer edge. You can watch their little beady eyes checking you out and one came from behind me and was about 1m close :s because there were so many of them, they starting riling each other up and getting a bit bold, so much so that our 2nd dive instructor joined our formation instead of being out in the open. So we just watched the other bigger dive instructor fend for ...
... onto anything so if anyone fell from the top you would surely die or be seriously injured. Climbing the ladder was the most difficult thing we had to do all day, to make matters worse there would be a few people on the ladder at a time so it was moving, I'm not great with heights so I was doing my best not to look down. We got safely to the top, luckily and got hooked into the zip line, one at a time. The rules were explained on the ground prior to the climb. There ...