El Nido at Hacienda Escondida
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... umbrella and that was enough. There was about a mile stretch of sand. It is one of the famous ones for locals and can be crowded at times but today it was a more tranquil scene.
After about one hour, we walked to the docks and looked for the food truck that was recommended by Sebastian. Located behind the tourists shops and souvenir stalls, a food truck in the parking lot serves the best margarita in town. The owner, Miguel ...
... the pick up point. Unfortunately our bus was delayed so we waited for about 15-20 mins until a replacement bus came and were taken a short drive away to the glass blowing factory. I had forgotten that was where we were going - I really should read the shore excursion details properly.
Anyway, we watched the artisans at work and then looked in the shop. There were one of two things I would have been happy to take home however they were quite heavy and ...
... fairly run down. The vibe is “Party Hardy”. The beach was crowded and vendors were trying to sell you everything from a-z. There were all ages but I’d say predominantly 20 somethings. We spent the afternoon at our sister resort which was next door to “Melia”, apparently a Kardashian sisters and Celebrity hangout. Walking through their corridors LOUD music blared and pounded everywhere. Steve and I all but ran to get out on the street. The waters ...
Today we woke up to the smell of freshly brewed coffee, bacon, scrambled eggs and tortillas that Grandpa has prepared and rain. What? Rain is falling so we take our leisurely time getting ready to go pool exploring. As there are at least 5 different pool areas we have enough to keep us going all week.
Once the morning rains ...
... pure silence apart from us wading in the still, clear sea. The sand of the beach was softer than the beaches of Tulum/Cancun, I didn’t think that that was even possible?! It really was idyllic and the views surrounding us were so beautiful, as if they had been taken straight from a professional, photoshopped picture in the travel magazines I drool over… Paradise, with the mountains enclosing the bay as ...