Hotel Villa del Mar
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... without seeing anything then finally we spotted something else, a stingray. It was so neat to see so many different marine wildlife. Swimming on a bit further we spotted more and more turtles, one was huuuge and he swam directly under me I could have reached out and touched it! After quite a bit more snorkeling we headed for shore.
Since we were not allowed to wear sunscreen due to preservation of the freshwater and limestone in the cenote and the coral reefs ...
... in judgement as to how high something was, either that or it was a combination of too many Fantas and bad footwear.
Ane, Dan, Sabrina, Stefanie, Marc and myself travelled to Tulum to see the ruins. We were picked up by our driver Enrique who drove us about 1 hour to Tulum, he dropped us off and let us basically do our own thing.
To be honest, the ruins are ok, nothing on what the ruins in Tikal were like, but this place was WAY over populated, way to ...
Megan, John, and their 18 year old daughter have joined us, and we are now staying in a furnished 3 story condo in Playacar. Playacar is a gated community located on the south end of Playa del Carmen. The weather has been a bit cooler with rain showers, and an ...
... actual number. We eventually found the river everyone else was renting snorkelling equipment but having swam this river before I knew there wasn't much to see. Ayesha and I just borrowed life vests and put all our belongings into a big sealed bag which was transported down to the other end of the river for us. The river was so bold it was such a relief. It took us about half an hour to swim down most if it underground. We ...
... away, you can see perfectly through the mask under the water, it's so quiet and surreal down there but I can remember saying "holy ****" to myself when I first saw the whale shark. I had a disposable under water camera and started snapping pictures as it swam past, then we swam with all the energy we had right along side of it. The whale sharks are very slow and docile, but still swim a lot faster than us, within a few minutes we had gone from being by its side ...