Monday, October 29, 2007

Tulum Part2, Cycling to Grand Cenote

We cycled about an hour to get to Grand Cenote, a limestone sinkhole that reach a vast network of underground rivers and streams in the Yucatan, may have been formed by a comet that wiped out the dinosaurs 65 million years ago.

The road right by where we stayed.

Inside the Grand Cenote.

Water is extremely clean and cold, you can swim with tons of small fish and some turtles.

From outside of the Cenote. It's about as deep as 2-story house below the ground to the surface of water, and some part goes up to 10mm depth.


chama said...

love the photo of your mom playing in the water like a little kid, with all the out fit!
only you could capture the mom...

davi said...

this all looks so magical....
your moma in the water is so good!
she looks like such a fun one.