Posada Los Mapaches
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Very nice place. Cool bungalows, delicious breakfast and friendly staff. The only down side to the stay was the highway is very close and you do hear cars screech o a stop to the speed bump out the front of the hostel. But you get free bike hire to go into town and the ruins/beach and the ammenities are clean with constant gas heated hot water. I would stay their again. Biggest down side would be very limited and bad restaurants near by. Go to town for a decent meal for lunch and dinner.
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We flew into Cancun from Mexico City and again i was blow away by the size of mexico city seen from the plane. But the flight was smooth and i got some sleep. We landed in Cancun and easily caught a bus to Playa del Carmen then caught another onto Tulum. We foud our hostel even after the bus driver was confused where he was. It was a really cool …
Today we had planned to get up early and go to see the tulum ruins but we slept in.Me till 9.30 and Chels till 11 I managed to get up in time to catch breakfast, which was massive a big plate of I fruit and then pancakes. But the meal from yesterday was getting to me and I had to make several trips took the toilet through the day. Later we rode in …
Not really very impressive, although it is the only ruin by the sea. It's fairly small compared to the ones I've already seen, Palenque and Monte Alban. We only spent an hour or so looking about. There hoardes of tourists, in groups!From there, we went to the nearby beach and stayed there the whole day. The return bus wasn't back till 5PM.The beach is picturesque with fine cream sand, ...
... man that was camping in front of our cabaņa, whom we will Mr. Potty McDrunkard. Potty apparently woke Ed up around 3 a.m. with his gacking and yacking. His late-night festivities helped explain why he was asleep all day. In the morning, after breakfast and a swim, Ed sat down and ended up chatting with him while I was inside packing and eavesdropping. Potty, originally from the Oregon coast, had spent the last year ...