Maria Sabina Hotel Backpackers Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... back to Playa Del Carmen, I slept almost the whole bus trip! I went out for dinner at the La Cueva del Chango in Del Carmen which is a nice Mexican restaurant, it was absolutely scrumptious, fantastic Mexican flavours throughout every dish, I would definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to get a taste of native Mexican flavours, way better then any Mexican I've ever had! We then went back to our hotel room to get some sleep
... dives! After another dive and more pool exercises we were pleased (and exhausted) when we were signed off and got our qualification.
Aside from the amazing beaches, Mexico is blessed with rich history, culture and wildlife. We visited ancient ruins such as Chichen Itza and Tulum, where buildings had been preserved for many thousands of years. Seeing Chichen Itza up close in the flesh was unreal. The pyramid stood tall and proud in the sunlight, three of the ...
Had breakfast in the MDR. We both had Ranchos Hueveros, very good. All day excursion on mainland Mexico, took the ferry across which was about 45 minutes. Went to Xplor park. We ziplined (ended with a water landing), drove a course with an amphibious vehicle (through ...
... hour on the London underground!
I couldn’t get lost even if I tried as the stairs from the underground led up straight onto the square and all the attractions I was planning to visit are located around the square. After finding myself a café I settled down with a beer to check my guidebook in order to decide what to visit as there are so many museums and also the cathedral and national palace. In the end I plumped for the “Templo Mayor” which is ...
... the disinterring of more mummies was passed in
1958, but this museum still exhibits the original mummies". It also states that only 2% of the bodies were naturally mummified, but the museum would have you believe it's more like 100%. It was like being in a horror movie - the full size mummies are standing up, some wearing clothes, behind a glass screen with terrified open-mouthed expressions on their faces, apparently due in some cases to being buried alive. I wasn't sure ...