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This cenote was a natural beauty, not exposed as a deep, giant vertical well like the cenote
at Chichen Itza, but part of a cavern complex, with an overhanging ledge and a worn trail
down to the water's edge.
I passed a number of signs saying, "No Swimming." But, at the foot of the cenote , I found
five happy bathers. "This water is cool,” one bather said. It looked like the perfect refresh-
er for a hot day.
I took pictures and then walked back to my waiting cab. In no time I was back on the bus.
It was 2:30 p.m., and I'd reach Chetumal before 8 p.m.
Expenses: Bus $8 to Chichen Itza, $2 to Valladolid, $14 to Chetumal, taxis $12, meals
$10, Hotel Arges $39, entrance fees $11. Total: $96.
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