10.04.2012

Mexico Day 3

One of the hardest things for me is to return to a destination that I used to love, and find that it is entirely changed. I've traveled to Playa del Carmen five or six times, and each time I go back, the town is a different creature. This last time we decided to head out to a "local" cenote. I went to this cenote around the first time I was in Playa, and it was a dirt path through the jungle that opened up to a cave filled with water. Well, this last time we went, this same local cenote is now a "natural park" and they force you to wear life jackets throughout the park! You can tell that we are not terribly thrilled about this news...
Besides the terribly disappointing cenote adventure, the natural park did have a few extremely steep and scary slides for us to test out.







9 comments :

  1. Haha... going backwards is probably the only way to get a thrill from those slides.

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    1. haha, that little girl definitely had the going backwards thing down!

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  2. not a total loss; water slides are the ish : )

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  3. I haven't been to Playa Del Carmen for a few years now, but when I return I am sure it has changed a lot.

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    1. It really has...but still holds onto it's charm!

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  4. Yup, those slides look intense ;)

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    1. they were pretty scary, i've got to say! :)

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  5. Im french and its been 2 weeks in a row cloudy and rainy. The colors of your pictures? makes me think that I had totally forgotten what Sun is.
    As for water slides.. I would love to take them with my work pc, to-do- lists on knees... and SPLASHHH no more thing to do !

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