La Ruinas Camp Grounds
Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen
Now this town is where the party is at! After partying till 6 in the morning (only because we had to get up in an hour for our Chichen Itza tour or the partying would have gone alot longer) we wern't able to drag our selves out of bed to make it to the tour so we skipped it and woke up around noon and went to see the ruins of Tulum instead ( …
Today we head to Playa del Carmen, the next city 1 hour 20 mins down the coast from Cancun. As usual we are up packed and ready to leave by the 12 midday check out time. We leave our bags in the hotel reception while we go and get breakfast and get a few last minute things we wanted. One place we went to was the shop at Bubba Gump shrimp to buy some merchandise, all the stuff is pretty cool being Forest Gump merch. After we ...
... walked down 5th Avenue with lit up bars and restaurants I knew I was going to like it here, it was bustling with people. Hostel Rio was awesome, stairs up to the pool and bar area then us up on the roof with Lenny & George and finally Pedro the Brazilian! We met Paul that night, top guy.. Bar staff took us to Mandala for one expensive rum and coke, so we jacked it in and went to ...
... the impressive El Gran Cenote. A cenote is basically a natural sinkhole filled with freshwater. The one that we visited was filled with the most crystal clear water that we have ever witnessed. We hired masks and snorkels and swam around the labyrinth of caves, awestruck by the natural beauty of the rock formations. Unfortunately Don's underwater camera has been relegated to the past tense so we weren't able to capture the essence of the cenote, but our eyes were still ...
... concierge....She was fantastic :)
From arrival to departure we were amazed at the trearment we recieved, a beautiful resort with beautiful people, thank you Azul Sensatori.....to be continued. [<<less]
Adults Only Swimup.
We got there safely, flight was early.
Greeted with a glass of champagne and a lot of big smiles.