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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Thankfully our bus ride up the coast to Playa Del Carmen was a nice quick 1 hour trip. As we came into Playa the bus drove through the streets and our excitement grew, because Playa del Carmen looked AWESOME!!. Our collectivo dumped us at the central terminal so as soon as we jumped out, Stephie and I hailed a cab, threw everyone's bags (between us we had a lot) in and decided to go ahead and check us in while Stuie and Jess would walk to meet us there. We arrived ...
... my flight to Houston. I found a sports bar and grill and planted myself in front of the Avalanche game and ate dinner. All in all a very relaxing start to my trip.
Monday morning finally arrived. I got up at 3:30am and caught a very early shuttle to DIA. Traveling worked out great. I was shocked when United let me check my bag for free and all of our flights were on time. I met Ryan and Clarice in Houston and ...
... water and swam/snorkelled All day. It was a great spot because its right near the ferries so we watched a constant parade of people getting on and off the boats which ran pretty much continuously. I reckon the ferries must take 300 people, maybe more. There were also a large number of Brazilians at the beach, in their usual attire. I think it's marvellous how here togs togs togs, undies undies undies doesn't seem to apply, or if it does, no one ...
... a bar on 5th Ave. as Darinka insisted we try a shot of Mezcal, similar to Tequila but tastes about the same. It turned out to be a great night and Mezcal treated me way better than Tequila ever has.
Thursday Marco, Darinka, Vivek, and I would go to "Dos Ojos". This is a Cenote which is an a series of flooded caves where you can snorkel and scuba dive. Dos Ojos (translates to Two Eyes) and has remained in the top ten, if not the top ...
I am ending my Latin America Odyssey at the beach in Playa del Carmen. It's the rainy season but still well over 30deg. Playa del Carmen is a big tourist resort with a lively strip and no end of bars and restaurants with tourist trap prices to match. The beach is long and not too crowded and so far ...