Barrio Latino Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen
... going out. I have been steadily drinking cervezas and mojitos all day but it's not really the same when you're on your own! Megan's been struggling with what we thought was a cold since before we left and last night got hit by a bout of travellers' tummy, which hit her for six, so she went to the doctor to see what was up and has a throat infection. She got some antibiotics and feels better already, so hopefully she's all set ...
... was very neat and orderly unlike Cabot Circus when it's in the sale. We worked out that the clothes were slightly cheaper in the sale here than at home (we checked on line). Normally in the children's section there is barely anything left as the mums get busy emptying the rails but here - ************e shopping and the rails were full. Although I didn't purchase anything (don't faint) it was still a very enjoyable experience which is new for me ...
... also timed our visit well and were here for Mexican Independence Day last Sunday - a brilliant day starting with an afternoon of traditional food and Mezcal at a friend's place and ending at the Municipal Plaza for some carnival rides and dancing in the street. The weather finally cleared for this weekend so we headed down to Tulum to check out the ruins and the beaches. We may have gotten rained on a couple of times but overcast conditions make for good photos ...
... his face, he was simply gobsmacked! He said to me ‘what you paid to come to an all inclusive resort and you are drinking water?’ I explained to him for me it was not about the masses of food and drink I could handle but all the activities I don’t have easy access to or the time to enjoy back home. I can stuff my face all day and drink myself to a stupor at home but I can stroll along the beach, kayak or sail on the Caribbean sea or even wake up and swim in a beach ...
... the center of town. A couple of blocks into our walk Patricio
stopped and pointed out a couple of houses. Cozumel is in the path of
pretty regular hurricanes, and the original wood homes with thatched
roofs were not up to the challenge. Modern homes are substantial cinder
block structures and often suffer flood damage from hurricanes but much
less structural damage. 2011 was not a bad year but one of the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services