Tuesday, November 03, 2009

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Here's something you don't see everyday: Aaron jumping into a cenote in Mexico.

A cenote is a natural freshwater sinkhole that is pretty common in the Yucatan Pennisula. It's fed by springs underground, so the water is always fresh and cool. (And very deep, like 150 feet!)

Our tour to Chichen-Itza took us here after seeing the Mayan ruins. It was so hot that day, you couldn't resist cooling off. So beautiful!

Yes, I swam too, but climbed down the ladder. :)

2 comments:

lori lynch said...

That looks sooooo inviting!! I'll bet you had the time of your lives...

angie leverence said...

This place looks heavenly...