B&B Popol Vuh
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I said in the Cancun entry that it was Surfers paradise in
Australia on steroids,
but it doesn't even come close to what Playa Del Carmen is! I have travelled a lot but never seen a party town like this! 24 blocks of bars, restaurants and retail.
One side street in particular blew me away! Multiple clubs in 2blocks competing …
... for the bus ride and then went back to the hotel. Just before I arrived, the sky clouded over and got really dark, and about a block from the hotel it started to pour. I shrugged: I knew it would only last a few minuets, like most late afternoon tropical rainstorms. And hey, at least I was cooling off.
End of the road
I picked up my bags and walked the fifteen minutes or so over to the bus station. Luckily ...
... with a few topes (speed bumps) and police checkpoints along the way. I turned into town about 50km south. Immediately the town feels like I'm back driving in Amman Jordan. Actually it's not that difficult, but is of a very masculine style and requires 100% attention. Typical American drivers would crash or hit a tope within 10 minutes. I don't think I'd want to drive in this town during the high tourism season (September is the lowest month).
... they pulled him aside again and this time wouldn't let him through. It was sad to say goodbye especially under the circumstances, even Andres had tears in his eyes. We couldn't even able to get a group photo of us all as we were in 'No mans land' and they wouldn't let you have phones or cameras out. Andres was able to advise us of the next few steps and has had a guide organised for our last couple of days before we head back. We weren't even able to tip him as a farewell as ...
... certainly had something to celebrate. We said goodbye to Carlos and thanked him for an amazing day, we told him we were off to the split and he said he'd see us down there. So we strolled up through the island to the split and perched ourselves on the concrete slab that sat out over the water, the best seat in the house to watch the islands stunning sunset. The tunes were pumping and the outdoor bar was packed with locals and foreigners. Suddenly Braden comes back from the ...