Nero Di Sole
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... access to the pristine swimming holes below. There are several cenotes around Tulum which Scott had spent the last few days diving and snorkelling. He brought us along with him to one called Cenote Casa, a huge open U-shaped cave filled with the most vibrant cool blue water you've ever seen. It was bordered by mangroves and filled with fish, with underwater cave systems splitting off here and there. It was incredible. At one stage I was floating on my back, looking up at ...
... and transferred them to the bus. The bus drove us all the way to the border. We had to stop before the border and transfer our luggage from the trailer into a car as the trailer wasn't allowed to cross for some reason. We arrived at the Belize border at 3:50. We got in line then paid the exit fee then got our passport stamped. We swapped our leftover Belize money for Mexican peso. There was a bit of a drive to the Mexican border. When we arrived ...
... all looking down onto the main stage. It was kinda of hard to get a drink so the others hopped back over to Mandela while I opted to stay and listen to some pretty good music, real head bangers. It was fun. I met some Mexican people and later on they said a place called elevate was the after hours joint. I told them I would see them there and I needed to get my friends first. This is pretty much where the night went to ****. It started by jumping in a ...
... they gave Dad and Michelle the 3 bedroom beach house next door instead. Even better, to apologise for the inconvenience, Dom and I were allowed to stay for free, so no hostels with bunk beds for us this week!
Over the next week, we had a good mix of lazy time drinking margaritas in the beach house and fun packed activities from cavern diving in the Cenotes to Mayan ruins at Chichen Itza, topped off with snorkelling with whale sharks and ...
... looking our over the beautiful moon lite beach, a South African couple came over and laughed that we were back again for dinner. They had spotted us at breakfast and now again. Before we knew it they had joined us at our table and a random fun night had began. The South African couple informed us that there was a full moon party happening at a resort just up the road that night. The girls crashed but Stuie and I decided to hit it up, because we were really ...
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