El Paraiso Tulum
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... the site as it was riddled with tourist booths renting snorkel gear. Happy with our diving, Salvador said he would take us to the Bat Cave which branches out from one of the ojos, eyes. As we swam through the sometimes very tight spaces in the underwater cave, trying to avoid the stalactites and stalagmites, we felt like we were deep down in the pits of the Earth, only to arrive at the bat cave with its signature resident flapping above, sunlight streaming through holes ...
... cocktails or swim up bar though :)
The food odyssey continued as most would expect from me and Lani. There are some annoyances with some of the eateries however, particularly those which are somewhat targeted at the tourists. For example we ordered some fish tacos and fajitas and it was the blandest and most boring meal we’ve had for a long time. The tacos were crumbed deep fried fish with lettuce and tomato… ...
... vocal complaining creaking rattling and a mind of their own, back pedal brakes but we got there, 4 kms later.
Lovely supermarket for fruit across the road. And tonight we will have a pre-made salad from the salad bar, a roast chicken and our first bottle of wine. Wine in restaurants has been expensive. Have been trying to get fresh milk for tea and coffee but everywhere is ...
... him to cone crying. But he didn't . He'd get up laughing and go back for more. Not Lord of the Flies yet. And then it happened - a shove too far and too hard and Declan was in tears. Later he and Zenio sat together in one big armchair and watched the jazz quartet interpret another 70s and 80s hit. They stayed together in that chair forever it seemed. 2 little brown boys bathed in red and blue lights. We made it til around 9:45 and then back to our rental ...
... with vendors trying to sell you
the same tourist **** as all over the region but for even higher prices (I did
practice my bargaining skills on some shot glasses though…). The pyramid was
spectacular and it was also really cool to see the field where they played the ball game of ōllamaliztli of who would be sacrificed to the sun god (or something like that)
and we spent a good amount of time there. We met some really ...