Hotel Mision Colonial
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... sharks, we took a bus to Tulum to go and dive in the cenotes.
TULUM, cave diving, turtles and an eagle ray.
The Cenotes (fresh water sink holes) were amazing. My favourite was a deep dive in "The Pit" cenote, with crystal clear water; from 37 meters I could see a diver on the surface entering the water. There was a diver that had a problem in another group about 30m or so away from me and I could see him sprinting the whole 30m to the surface heading ...
... and Milton somehow convinced the driver to take us to the next town on it. He called ahead and arranged to have the rest of the tour met in San Cristobal upon arrival, and he and I got on the other bus.
After a miserable thirty minute ride, during which I just tried to hang on, we arrived in Juchitan de Zaragoza, which was basically not much else but a truck stop town. But it was a town nonetheless. It was around 2am by then. Milton found a ...
... scattered about the place. It seemed like a bit of a haven for hippies too, with lots of them lining the streets playing music and selling vegetarian snacks. That night, we went to a veggie restaurant on the main street called La Casa Del Pan, and drank some local ‘Pox’ shots. Worth noting too, it’s about day 8 or 9, and I still haven’t been on a proper night out yet. What the hell is going ...
... home so many souvenirs which will always bring back such great memories. The town has also been our favourite to take photos in, so much colour and so many different types of people. We would be up in the morning for breakfast then out and about mingling between taking photos and exploring the shops. One afternoon while sitting in the centre we were approached by a couple of university students and they asked us if we could be interviewed answering a few ...
... And for some reason our room doesn't have any hot water. So I do the freezing cold shower dance and then rush to get all my clothes back on again before jumping into bed. Day 11: Mario heads out first thing in the morning to get our breakfast: freshly squeezed orange juice and fresh sliced mango. So delicious. The bus picks us up and we make the 40min descent down the mountain to Sumerido Canyon. Where it's boiling hot in the sun. Thank God. The canyon is exquisite. Huge ...