After a couple of hours of snapping pictures, and dodging the crowds of tourists, we decided to see the refuge of a quieter place for lunch. The five of us crammed into a cab and headed to a nearby resort, restaurant that was built near another Cenote. This cenote was huge, and the infrastructure was really well developed to cater for a large number of tourists.
The cenote was very impressive, but I think the experience we had the previous day in the smaller, less touristy and more isolated cenotes was far more genuine. Still, I had to admit this cenote was still very impressive.
Aaron and Wayne braved the large number of tourists to enjoy the water before we all and a very nice lunch at the nearby restaurant.
We arrived at our final destination, Cancun, late that afternoon.We were back where we started. Due to a booking error, we somehow ended up with an enormous king size room. After a wonderful soak in the bath to wash off all the "Itchy Chicken" dust, we all headed out for dinner at a local restaurant. Tomorrow was New Years Eve, and important discussions must be held to decide how we would celebrate the outgoing and incoming year.