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Cenotes, wow!


rain 19 °C

We crossed the border into Mexico and pushed through to Tulum for our first night. We found a lovely hostel to stay right near the bus stop thanks to the advice of a very friendly bus stop security guard. We found out the next day it was also one of the cheapest! Yeah!
We weren't sure what to do with our first day until some of our fellow backpackers invited us to visit one of the nearby Cenotes. We'd heard they were pretty cool, but they really were amazing. The water was crystal clear and turquoise. The fact that they are in caves just make them even cooler. It was overcast and raining outside but in the caves the water almost seemed to have their own light. It was beautiful and very cool exploring the rock formations underwater. We visited Los Dos Ojos Cenote and enjoyed a fantastic day snorkelling,, though the cold got to me in the end.
We didn't do a whole lot else in Tulum, but enjoyed our time and the company of some other friendly backpackers.


Posted by Addy21 05:38 Archived in Mexico Tagged cenote

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