Secret Garden Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... fashion unless it is presented outside with their bodies totally covered in war paint. Obviously. Other bonus factors about travelling with Kiwi's include not having to share your Vegemite as they simply aren't interested in putting it on their toast (crazyyyyy) and they will always take your tequila shot like a champion, which suits me marvellously as I really don't like it. In fact, their ability to identify tequila in almost any product is remarkable and they will ...
... his knowledge of Tulum and the Mayan history and culture. After a guided tour around the ruins we dipped into the ocean to cool off and enjoy the warm turquoise waters of the Caribbean Ocean. During our trip through Tulum I learned from Robbie that my favorite street in downtown Playa Del Carmen, Calle Corazon, has been leveled and is now the site of new construction, an apartment building. While some things will last centuries like Tulum, others will only last in our hearts and ...
... at a nice little taco shop for breaky before continuing on out adventure. Playa del carmen was fun. In retrospect we defs should have stayed there rather than going to cancun but oh well. Would I go back there, prolly not as I've done pretty much everything I wanted in yucaton. We met some cool people. The Mexicans we met spoke very good English which was a surprise based on what I've encountered thus far travelling. Still my Spanish is on the up which is pretty ...
... about the BZ37.50 we had to pay for our departure tax. But no one told us about the docking fee of BZ20.00. Being the budget conscious travellers that we are, we already set aside the exact change for the tax and now had to shuffle money around to pay for the docking fee. One of the crew - Jaime was nice enough to help us sort out the money using BZD and USD. We then get told to move to the next room and random things get checked and stamped and forms filled out. Not ...
... paid in Playa. After a very tasty and filling breakfast, we moved to their sun loungers on the beach which were free to use provided we buy something to drink. David said he would 'take one for the team' and ordered a beer so we didn't have to move.
We stayed at the beach until mid afternoon enjoying the sun, sea and sand. It's easy to understand why this beach is often referred to as one of Mexico's best ...