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... and thus extreme care is required when diving.
We were taken to the cenote Dos Ojos (Two Eyes) by Clement, a very experienced cave diver. Even though David wouldn't actually go into the cave system as such, it was very re-assuring to have a one on one guide with such experience when you are in a cavern that is 60m away from a surface exit. The first dive was a real eye opener - diving through flooded caverns full of stalegmites and ...
The beach strip was very hard to get off without walking through one of the hotels. This whole area is set up for people on their all inclusive holidays when they don't want to go too far away from their hotel - and who would blame them with food and beer on tap!
This beach is quite small and lined with palm trees growing in the ...
... coming the other way, so an adventure to find it on Friday instead! Then it was definitely time for a lunge in the shady area of the pool, a quick siesta and into town for dinner. We strolled a clue of side streets and found a street vendor selling corn - yes! What I've been waiting for. It comes on a stick with mayonnaise, fresh coconut and a mysterious brown sauce, which I suspect may have some chilli in it. Oh boy, the corn was creamy and delicious, quite different to ...
... be as the sunburnt hordes all queue-barge to the front, shouting "Oi, Wayne, over 'ere you cahnt, gissa swig of that!!" and generally turning our snobometer up to 11. It's a firm reminder that package holidays can be heaven or hell and we'd managed to create our own little bit of heaven. It could have been so very different.
Who knows what we'll choose next time around - but for now, it's adios mes amigos... we'll be
... why I can't even commit to plans tomorrow, I swear!!
I arrived in Cancun and got straight on the bus to Playa Del Carmen. I had a couple of friends recommend this place so I thought, why not? I just wanted a lazy beach holiday and Cancun doesn't appeal to me but because I booked it with such short notice and wanted no stress I didn't want to move around and couldn't be bothered finding somewhere to go myself. I took a chance - and once again it paid off.
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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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