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Perfect place to relax and enjoy Playa del Carmen. Close to 5ta Ave and the restaurant area.
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An idea about prices in Mexico,these will differ from place to place and of course where one buys, prices in Mexican pesos, today the exchange rate 1 peso = £22 or 14 US
Luxury bus overnight 500kms 450 pesos
breakfast 45 -65 (eggs etc)
beer 12 at shop 25 -35 restaurant
meals 55 180 (steak) , or more if one eats seafood
snacks at stalls 10, tostadas, tortillas
home made potatoe crisps ...
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When the Spanish conquerers came to the Yucatan peninsula they met the Mayan tribe. The Spanish were talking to them and ...
... in about the 2nd inning, but Coxy snared a home run ball in the 1st inning and we lapped up the fact you could get 710ml cans of beer at Citi Field... Woo hoo! So a few more sports bars, going up The Rockefeller Centre, walking Brooklyn Bridge and a heap else was crammed into a few days... It was time to start heading south now.... and here we are... Mexico! Corona is cheap... The food is great. Corona is cheap.... The people love helping you learn Spanish... oh ...
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