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... from Playa del Carmen by catching one of the local buses.
Coba has been my favourite place to visit here. These are ruins, that we barely got to scratch the surface of, and my understanding is that a lot of the ruins (about 6500 in total) here are yet to be excavated. This site dates back to something like 600 AD. The main site to visit here is the big pyramid called Nohoc Mul. This is the tallest pyramid in the Yucatan ...
... am Ort, der heisst El paso zentral. Das ist eine Wand mit einer extrem starken Strömung. Tauchtechnisch extremste anspruchsvoll, denn man muss an der Wand bleiben, sonst schwimmt man weg und doch nicht zu nahe ans Riff heran kommen. Das war am Anfang extremst anstrengtend und ich konnte mich gar nicht konzentrieren auf das was es dorrt hatte. Mit der Zeit hatte ich mich dann aber daran gewöhnt und sah wie vielfältig das Unterwasserleben war. Wir waren auf 25 ...
Tulum Left Merida in the late morning to head over to the Caribbean coastline town of Tulum just south of Cancun. It was a 5 hour journey so when we arrived we didn't really get to do anything other than get to know where things were and how to get around. Next day we hired bikes and made our way to the ruins which was around 6 km away! Parul wasn't overly confident in the way out but she ...
... Alejo (again) off the coast at the beach in Akumal, a small town twenty minutes north of Tulum (to which we took a taxi, hurrah!) I did the usual things one does on the beach, such as reading, listening to music, going for walks and practising standing-long-jumps. Huh?
The sea water along the coast here is crystal clear. When I went to Antigua in December, I was hoping for perfectly clear turquoise water. I found the colour, but not the transparency. On the ...
... I spent most of my day not on the beach but at La Bodeguita, a Cuban restaurant known for it's seafood and mojitos. What was supposed to be a late lunch turned into an all-night affair as I proceeded to stuff myself on shrimp tacos, ceviche, and tostadas. Mojitos, cohibas, flan, and good conversation followed, and then the icing on the cake: a live Cuban salsa band! It was a nice way to start my trip, but I'm ready to get away from the all-inclusives. I'm headed ...
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- Fitness/Health center