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- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPlaya Palms Beach Playa del Carmen
Perfect place to relax and enjoy Playa del Carmen. Close to 5ta Ave and the restaurant area.
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... to appreciate the importance of the line. It is everything to a cave diver, it is his literal lifeline. If he's blind or lost, it's his only way home. One drill we learnt was being lost, blind and away from the line. I can honestly tell you that it's terrifying to be in that situation frantically groping for the line while wondering how much air you have left to breathe in your tanks. I hope that never happens to me. It's the most common way cave divers die. At the end ...
... a burger! Not a care in the world about our 6:30 dinner reservation! "What?!" She said with a proud of her independence look on her face to our look of surprise, "It's dinner time in Canada, you know!"
-Adam is also adapting well to "paradise"! See the pics to see how well he has adjusted to "lounging" with the paper ( mocking my new glasses!) in a robe on our patio!
Our first full day=very ...
... s said that the pre-Columbian Maya sacrificed human beings into the ceynote as a form of worship to the Maya rain god Chaac. The present-day goings on are, however, a lot less sordid as travelers now enjoy the ceynote as a swimming hole, complete with jungle-like vines. It’s a literal oasis and when you first approach the space you feel as if you’re in a scene from Indiana Jones.
Then it’s onward to ...
... just stay here forever!! Once we've bagged all our holiday goodies we venture out to the beach for a rather windy hour, supping a margherita and pretending that the grey clouds overhead are just what we ordered. Deciding that lunch may be a better option than being sand-blasted we head into the buffet restaurant, enticingly named Cafe Del Mar, and sample some traditional Mexican fare which doesn't live up to the standards of last night's meal but does the job. There's ...
... friend's home. Carlos is about 25 and his mother about 45. She speaks no English but is so lovely and cooks the best breakfast and Carlos (who does speak English) has been so welcoming and helpful. We're also the only ones staying so it's very peaceful. The building is beautiful and they have a lovely collection of old furniture and art. I'll try to make sure we take some photos.
The next day was the final day with our car so we decided to do a big day trip out to ...