line at customs at the Cancun airportng on our room
this was a beautiful waterfall in the background, unfortunately not a great picture of it
we stayed and Ocean Maya Royale Riveria Maya. We plan to go back…hopefully next year =]
These creatures were all over down there along with some deer and raccoons. These guys were called Coaties (spelling?)Evan didn’t find the hammocks as comfortable as I did. hahaIguanaThis was a lagoon from a river that emptied into the ocean about a 20 minute beach walk from our hotel. IT was BEAUTIFUL. Once again, pictures do no justice for this place. Evan also talked to a pilot from Spain in this lagoon. It’s crazy who you meet.Dinner at the fancy restaurant “Blue Moon”.Love this man
This is a picture I took underwater at the lagoonRight in the door to Tulum. This guide in the yellow shirt plays Olympic Water Polo. He told us he played in the Toronto 2014 Olympics. He was our driver and tour guide for alltournative toursMayan ruinsWe were told these ruins used to be painted. You probably can’t see in the picture but there are red flakes left on this ruinTulum is in the top 20 beaches in the world. Sadly it was too windy for us to be allowed to walk the beach that day.From here on our please ignore our faces and focus on the backgrounds. hahaLast night Pier stop before we left. Want to know what happened? Walked clear to the end and a CROCODILE quickly SWAM into the water. He was resting on some rocks RIGHT AT THE END of the pier. We were a little scared at first, but Evan wanted to give me a hug and I simply stated, “NOPE! I’m DONE” And quickly walked off of the pier and back onto the hotel grounds. I was NOT going to be crocodile soup a few hours before returning to my children. It was a lovely view and the sound of the waves were relaxing…..for the mere 10 seconds we were at the end of the pier until the crocodile decided to ruin that. With that being said STILL GO!