Tres Mundos Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTres Mundos Hostel Playa del Carmen
Staff were really helpful and friendly, nice comfy beds, good location for the beach and both bus terminals. Place could do with a bit of TLC but it's a great place to meet fellow travellers.
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... we found a lovely bike path that ran almost all then way to the cenote. The last 1.5kms was a dirt track and still not being completely sure if we were even going down the right road, the sign for the cenote finally appeared. We were so relieved!! There was three cenotes at this particular spot. A guide took us in with helmets, flashlights and a snorkel set. Each of the cenotes were incredible. Despite still be inside caves the entrance to these we're not ...
... But this was surprisingly fun, simply because everyone took it seriously.
Who won? My team, of course!
Later, we swam with dolphins for the second time in a week, but this time with snorkels. The dolphins were calmly swimming around among us as we were floating around. A much more real, intimate experience. They really got up in your face, and were not scared to be patted. I even got a big, accidental slap on my leg by a one of them. They're very strong!
... wise), for the princely sum of 83 pesos. Stoked. And we fed the stray do who was waiting on the footpath (another man started it, not us!). He was a nice dog and it pretty difficult for me to follow the 'no patting dogs' rule over here in case of rabies. There are lots of ones around, mostly pets, but some strays. So now were home to a hotel full of children tonight - they are busy swimming in the pool so that should tire them out.. Hopefully! hasta ...
... be staying for 3 nights. I walked to Walmart and picked up a few items and then went and ate lunch at the beach. Check out the pics of the beach and my hostel, pretty awesome. I think the hardest part is the language barrier, but it will come as time progresses.
But for now take care!
... is about 126 feet high or 120 steps. On arrival to the town of Coba there are some small buildings, and then after about a 1 km walk through the rainforest (and crossing the old Maya road that goes for something like 60km I think) you will find this building. I thought the guide was joking when he said that it will take 5 minutes to climb up and about 15 minutes to climb down. I don't know about the timings, but it was a fairly ...