Leaving Mexico

Next stop after a relaxed time in Tulum – Bacalar, which lies just next to a beautiful lake-like lagoon, once famous for pirates (they’ve even built a fort there to protect the town). We were excited to test out our camping stuff for the first time as well! Unfortunately we couldn’t go on the water…

Tulum Sunday – fun day

We arrived to Tulum from Playa del Carmen with a quick local bus (colectivo) ride. After checking in the hostel and making a bit of research for our next steps of traveling we agreed that it’s time for the first stroll through the streets of a once ancient Maya metropolis and now a hippy tourist…

Cool kids of the reef

The amount of work and time we’ve spent on finding a good scuba center paid off completely. It was a lot of fun, but hard work as well. We finished the certification with not only PADI cards, but with new experiences, friends and people met from all over the world. New experiences – it’s a…

Cozumel drive and dive

Our first days on Cozumel were focused on finding the best diving school for us to make an Open Water Diving course. Most of the people seem to just take the first offer or closest school and case closed. But not us. We like to make things harder especially when we’re planning on spending bigger…

Mexico – Long-haul and first friends

So we finally got here. It took us a 3 hours train ride (very comfortable with the polish premium intercity “Pendolino”), 2 hours of flight to Cologne (with Wizzair), nightover in Cologne with short sightseeing and almost 12 hours flight from Cologne to Cancun which was delayed 3 hours (Eurowings operated by TUIfly, an old…