Moving back to the north, my trip took me to the Isla Mujeres.
Poc Na hostel
After a 4 hour long bus drive and the ferry ride, I finally arrived on the island and quickly found the Poc Na hostel that the guys from Sayvin had organized for me. The hostel seemed to offer everything you would want. They had diving lessons, yoga and spanish classes, golf carts to rent, a beach bar, slack lines and a lot of books to only name a few. This was the place where I met Jay and Ron again, who I already had the pleasure of meeting in Playa del Carmen.
I tried my skills on the slack line, what turned to be out way harder than I imagined. I managed to do 2 steps after some training, but there is a far way to go until I can stay balanced on these things.
On the second day two awesome girls accompanied me on a trip around the island in a golf cart. After visiting a turtle sanctuary, we found a small off road racing track for the golf cart, which turned out to be a lot of fun. Almost melting in our seats, we searched for a beach and found a place that seemed to be quite deserted at first but then provided a free sitcom when a few english girls started to fight about who would sit in the front seat on the way back. At this point I was quite happy that I was traveling alone and did not have to deal with such problems.
My last full day in Mexico began with another yoga class, contained a lot of being a lazy stranded whale on the beach and ended with an amazing sun set and one of the best dinners I had on my trip.
Thanks for the awesome time I had with all of you!