Nero Di Sole
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... dive, being a deep dive. I was not advanced but was able to tick this part of the qualification off by doing some reading and completing a written assessment and then doing the dive under supervision. I was feeling pretty nervous about diving again after perforating my eardrum but knew it was now or never.
The Pit dive was incredible, a bit flustered to begin with but once I calmed down we could all take in the wonder of this underwater world. It was ...
... Unfortunately I was in a tourist hotspot, and I could not find anything cheaper than 100 pesos (6€). Ultimately during my search I went to a Mexican restaurant and asked them if they would lower their prices for a weary traveler that did not feel very touristic that day. After a few minutes conversation I managed to lower the price for a portion nachos to 50 pesos instead of a 100. That’s more to my liking J
Afterwards I went back, looking ...
... as their principle sources of drinking water. Therefore there are many ancient cities built around these natural wells, including Chichén Itzá. We gave this site a miss due to it's crowds, giving Machu Picchu's a run for it's money, but Tulum archaeological site was on our agenda. It's all about location location location these days and we could learn a thing or two from the Mayan. While the Incas traipsed up through the Andes, settling ...
... cloud was so different. Like cave diving but realise my preferred diving is seeing stuff like coral and fish and sharks versus wrecks and caves. Excited for some more diving on trip! Got back to hostel and moved to weary traveller as didn't like other one. Room tiny with 6 people in and girls chatting loud last night, didn't seem massively social and guy not nice way about him, like it was hard work for him ...
... to the 'dos ojos' cenote. A cenote is a naturally formed underground cave system. There are generally several entrances to the cave system and you can swim in these beautiful waterholes. Our favourite part of 'dos ojos' was an above ground waterhole called Nicte Ha you will see in our photos. We had it all to ourselves for the majority of the time we were there, and we were both blown away by how beautiful it was. From Tulum we took a bus to Chetumal near the Belizean border where ...
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