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Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen
... to arrange a surprise and we were greeted by a cake made of towels, rose petals spelling her initials and a chilling bottle of bubbles. We guzzled it before heading out to explore the town, have an awesome Mayan dinner and shop shop shop! The following day was a long fun filled day; starting with a tasty hotel breakfast, spa pedicures, on to a beachside lunch and an afternoon of cocktails sunning at the ...
... and places to stay. She and her friend Francine made sure that I had a great 50th birthday 3 weeks after arriving in my new home. Francine took me on a day outing to Tulum and the Mayan ruins, Turtle Bay where you snorkel with large sea turtles (beautiful creatures), a great lunch at a restaurant there, and then two cenotes on the way back to Playa. Cenotes are unique to this coast. The entire area is located on lime stone, which over the millennia have eroded ...
... fun looking for experiments online to see if you can tell the difference. Ice and a pencil are a couple of handy little tests!
So - lesson learned Cookie, don't part with cash in a hurry - its not like I needed it really was it?
Definitely time to move on to see a bit of the real Yucatan! Bus tickets in hand we are off to Valladolid tomorrow morning. From there we can access cenotes without massive amusement parks built around ...
... has been constructed upon which are six tables for two, intimately spaced, looking out to sea (and the ferries to Cozumel!) and around which flaming torches are lit to complement the candles shimmering on the tables. The ambience is enhanced by the crashing of the waves, the twinling of the stars and the trampolining of the children next door at Senor Frogs, an all-you-can-drink style bar for 18-30 clubbers and their bouncing offspring. But despite the enormous yellow ferries ...
... of the big, confusing, dirty and busy tourist trap so we hopped in our little car and drove towards our next stop, Valladolid. Driving in Mexico hasn't been too bad, just a little confusing sometimes. There are little to no road markings and lots of random bumps that come out of no where. Drivers sometimes swerve in and out of lanes and don't use their indicators but nothing Mark can't handle. The highway to Valladolid was dead straight and flat and there was not a lot to see ...
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