This week I went down to Bacalar, a small town about three hours down the coast from Playa del Carmen. It's seated on a lagoon, which is affectionately referred to as the Lagoon of Seven Colors. It was absolutely gorgeous, and a very welcome escape from the comparitively very toursity and busy Playa del Carmen. There was a pretty good mix of activities to do, from water-related fun to restaurants, bars and cycling. It's also home to 3.5 billion year old stromatolites, which I found very boring to look at and yet very fascinating to think about. The internet (and power grid) weren't great, though, so I'm glad that I was only attempting to work from there for a week. Anyways, I have a ton of photos to share!