During our stay in Tulum, our first destination in Mexico, we were fortunate enough to go scuba diving in two of the famed cenotes with Maya Diving. Here, in Casa Cenote, Bouey is doing some fine underwater filming. Nice work, Steve.
Tag Archives: tulum
Photo of the Week: Casa Cenote
March 16, 2009 – 12:01 am
By Craig Johnson | Posted in Environment, Mexico, Photo of the Week | Also tagged casa cenote, cenotes, diving in cenotes, diving in tulum, dos ojos, maya diving, scuba diving, steve bouey, tim day | Comments (0)
Nelsâ€™ Notes: Nomadic Wandering Shenanigans March 1-6, 2009
March 7, 2009 – 3:25 pm
As we awoke on Sunday we said farewell to Placenia, Belize for a day on the road. We traveled from southeast Belize to the eastern city of Tulum, Mexico. Our 10 hours in the trucks were broken up by a really smooth border crossing in which the Steveâ€™s, for the first time in the entire expedition, didnâ€™t have to do anything with the trucks. No registering, no paperwork, nothing.
By Nels Thoreson | Posted in Belize, Expedition Updates, Mexico | Also tagged cancun, cave diving, cenotes, Habanero, habenero, Mayan ruins, Merida, Mexico, peninsula, playa del carmen, ruins, yucatan | Comments (0)
Nelsâ€™ Notes: Nomadic Wandering Shenanigans Feb 23-27, 2009
March 4, 2009 – 8:53 pm
Rain awoke the occupants of the big tent, Craig, Melissa, Steel and I, Monday morning, after a night of celebrating Melissa Terryâ€™s 26th birthday in San Ignacio, Belize. Our destination Monday was a campsite 22 miles outside of the Caracol Ruins. The road made us feel like we were manning a jackhammer for a day.
By Nels Thoreson | Posted in Belize, Guatemala, Mexico | Also tagged belize, caracol ruins, Caribbean Travel and Tours, Cave Branch Adventure Company and Jungle Lodge, Guatemala, hopkins, Kismet Inn, Maya, Maya ruins, Mayan, Mexico, placencia, Splash dive shop | Comments (0)