Nero Di Sole
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... normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">Menu's mostly in Spanish and we didn't always know what we were ordering.
Tortilla's, tacos, burritos, tostadas and salsa's are on all the menu's. We expected the foods to be fiery hot but they have turned out pleasant to our palate.
... shore the day before and felt like experiencing something else. It was the plentiful luxurious hotels separating the main road from the beach that made it hard to pass through. Luckily we noticed a narrow alley between two resorts which we took without hesitation, leaving our bikes behind.
We spent a couple of hours on the beach swimming, sunbathing or playing around. It felt nice to be able to chill on a quiet white sandy beach where no skyscraper-like ...
... and Central America to trace down her birth mother. Unfortunately she found out the sad news that her mother died a few years ago at the age if 46. But a great, humble journey for Aleisha none the less. We found a hostel between downtown Tulum and the beach, dumped our bags there and hired some bikes for $50 peso. We followed the road passing all the resorts with private beaches, there were so many and all so nice. Mainly cool cabanas surround by palms. Lots ...
... it was late and we then hung out at the bus station. We had decided to go to Belize owing notjing and booked nothing so spent the time researching what to do and it is looking likely we will try to go to a caye (island) off the coast as soon as we can as Belize city has not got good recommendations and is by all accounts not that safe. There were about 6 backpackers waiting for the night bus and we boarded after midnight. The bus is due to take about 6 or 7 hours to get to Belize ...
... into the dark caves. These caverns have huge stalactites and stalacmites and eerily crystal clear water. The route for the dive is mapped out by a line bolted into the cavern floor, it leads to a cavern where divers surface to look and see bats clinging to the walls. Divers then descend and go back through the cavers, following the line, to the sinkhole.
Mark played Indi sitter two days in a row as Kat went off to see the Sian Ka'an Biosphere reserve. This is ...
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