Hotel Aventura Mexicana
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Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen
This was our holiday before the backpacking really got going. Playa Del Carmen is, or was, a pleasent little fishing town on the coast. The beach was fantasic with its dazzling white sand and crystal clear shallow waters.
The town is not a high rise metropolis like its soulness neighbour Cancun, an hour up the road.
Our Hotel, the …
... it was very rough, wet and muddy. Our ATV was missing a mud protector on one side so we ended up getting filthy from splashing mud and water. It was awesome fun smashing through the jungle on the bikes. We couldn't go too fast because the guide at the front set the pace and we had to stay in formation leaving a few meters between the bike in front. The 2 Asian girls struggled real hard to start with, they kept going so slow they would get left well behind with the ...
... Itza tour. 14k away, however, the bus driver had to use his windshield wipers a half dozen times.
The overall fee for Chichen Itza was 182MP, payable for some inexplicable reason in two parts. It was a good idea to go early as we barely had any crowds. It did seem at times our guide was talking and nobody was listening, the appropriate respect for him and the site not on display.
Having just been to Chichen Itza three years ago, I was looking less for first ...
... about. This was due to an accident some months earlier when a guy (a free-diver) tried to cross from one 'eye' to the other (they are connected through a tunnel of 30m, plus you see the way clearly from one end to the other). Sadly he went up too fast and hit his head by swimming up to the air bubble half way through, he lost consciousness and drowned. Well that's the background story. Nonetheless, we had fun diving and playing with the fishes all around ...
... being instructed to watch a video on “what to do” and some background information on the anatomy of dolphins, we waited for our turn in the water.
It turned out that we three were joined by a Swedish couple as well, so we formed a group of five to meet our dolphins Seeq and Helca. The experience was amazing! We enjoyed swimming and interacting with not one, but two dolphins for an entire hour with the help of two trainers. The first trainer taught us how ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility