Hacienda Del Secreto
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... UK. The tour is called Edwin lol - what are the chances!!!! :) He is Guatemalan and very nice!
We've got Ernie and Clentice from Chicago, Cari from Sydney/Seattle, Jess and Naomi from Perth, Rachel and Jane from London, Adele and Kath from Australia, Cara from Dublin/London, Maria from Finland and Myriam from Switzerland and the Chilean couple!
Short 1hr bus ride to Tulum and a visit to ...
... shop asked us where we were from? When I told him Australia he told us "I have a Vegemite sandwich in here for you" and as we said "no thanks" and walked off he said "oh come on don't be like those aborigines" which I told him was racist. We went into the shops where the staff didn't harass you to come in, hoping the other owners would see that you will probably get more customers if you are less full on in trying to get people in. After ...
... our private concierge, and the first thing he asks is do you want a drink? Margarita? Um **** yessss both of us have issues with our cards and finally **** is looking on the up and up. He take us through activities we can do etc, and then we are left to our own devices, we get to our rooms, ahhh maxing!! Then it's off to try the all you can eat food we get for the week, awesome to say the least, back to the room bikini ...
... we have is that we like to travel and as most people do (Im sure) We have a huge list of places that we want to visit and places that we would like to travel to. So for us to be going to mexico Is a great start.
We have all heard of the Mayans in some form and for us to be going to the Mayan temple of Chichen Itza where all of ...
... anxieties and when I got to the cenotes, nobody else was wearing wetsuits.
Anyway, the cenotes are only about ten minutes drive from Tulum so we paid the entrance fee, parked and walked down to Ojo 2. The layout was one large cavern and then a small connection to another cavern called the Bat Cave. My guide told me to follow him and I quickly learned the consequences of not following his exact swimming route when I banged my head into a low hanging stalactite. My mask wouldnt ...