Fisherman's Village

Address: Santo 9, Playa del Carmen, Riviera Maya, Yucatan Peninsula, 77710, Mexico | Condo
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This condo, located on Santo 9, Playa del Carmen, is near The Jungle Place, Veronica's Massage, Mexico Blue Dream, and Scuba Libre Dive Shop.
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Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen

Made it to Mexico

A travel blog entry by amzellen on Dec 04, 2014

... journey to the next terminal where we would change. We grabbed some lunch as we had been travelling all day and it was now 15:30 and the chips and biscuits we all had were not very filling. Mexican public buses are luxury compared to what we have been used to. Proper coaches with nice soft seats, air con and a TV which played movies. It was probably the comfiest journey I've ever had which was good because we were on their for about 4 and a half hours. We arrived in playa del ...

Playa Del Carmen/CanCun

A travel blog entry by allanamue on Jun 11, 2014

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... avoid purchases. We were all breaking our budgets but for our last day in Mexico we booked in to go swimming with the Whale Sharks off Isla Mojeres. It was $130 USD each including bus and boat transport. It was a 45min boat trip out to the spot. The sea was really rough so there was a few people already starting to get seasick, we soon arrived to about 20-30 boats doing the same thing. The rough seas continued and almost all of us were in struggle ...

72 Hours in Mexico

A travel blog entry by laceybronwyn on Jan 13, 2014

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... are always open and we all walk around in our towels back and forth from the shower, but it seems to be an arrangement with which everyone is comfortable.

Later that evening, we all went to a (very) local cantina to get to know each other better. We were the only gringoes in the place, but the beers were 25 pesos and the food was free. A local band played bachata and reggae favorites. It reminded me of the Dominican bars in Grand ...

Fishing trip

A travel blog entry by gannor on Dec 06, 2013

Today we were so looking forward to the fishing trip. Others left already for their excursion, to swim with the turtles. We were picked up at 7:45, and taken north towards cancun. we pulled into the spot we were to meet the boat, and waited. And waited. We looked at the trophies on the wall, and thought, wouldn't that be awesome to catch one like that. It has been raining off and on all morning, so we figured it would be a good day for fishing, as usually at home the fish bite ...

Vive La Vida to Hostelito

A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick on Oct 18, 2013

3 comments, 21 photos

... I haven't been to church since Oaxaca anyways, so that's something I need to change. I long for the nights I can sit outside and look up, and hear nothing, and see nothing but the stars. Can you tell I'm looking forward to Africa? Don't worry about me though, don't let my depressed tone worry you. There are always ups and downs, and I'm just working things out for myself, after all, that's what this trip is about. Thanks to all of you for your constant support and love ...