On the road with Ann & Ken travel blog

Laguna Milagros

Laguna 'front' dining - looks like someplace we'd like to come back...


Fellow caravanners - Darlene & Tony Taylor

Another table with a view - this is at Cenote Azul

Cenote Azul - the largest and deepest in the world


The Laguna Bacalar - it is a mix of fresh and salt...

Still having fun

Bob & Cathy Edwards

Russ and Geri Sears

Beautiful, isn't it?

View from the fort

Growing in the rocks of the fort

Caissons - wonder how old they are?

The museum inside the fort

The moat

The fort

One last look at Laguna Bacalar - postcard perfect, don't you think?

In the town of Chetumal - this is the downtown market area

Headed in to shop

Part of our group at the campground

Home, sweet home.

Ken & Randy are in charge of the cooking.

The food line....lots of good stuff again this time.

It has been another in a series of fantastic 'free days' here in Mexico. About half of us carpooled and followed our fearless leaders on a journey to check out some of the local sites and attractions.

We started with a quick stop at Laguna Milagros, which is located just outside of town. From there it was off the Cenote Azul. This is the largest and deepest cenote in the world. It reminded us of a small lake. Now, right next to the cenote is Laguna Bacalar which has colors that have to be seen to be believed....trust us, the pictures don't do it justice.

After a quick stop at the bastille ( fort ) in the town of Bacalar, (they had problems with pirates here as well) we headed back to Chetumal. We parked in the downtown area and did some quick shopping at the local market. From here it was back to the campground to get ready for another in a series of group potlucks.

We have lots of pictures to share with you - hopefully they will give you an idea of what are day was like!

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