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Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen
So we arrived in Playa del Carmen and as it was the afternoon we were briefed on what there was to do at the hotel. Spent most of the day just wandering the streets and grabbing some local cuisine (tacos of course!) and had a few beers or cervezas as they´re known! The next morning we woke early as we had a trip to Tulum, swimming with turtles and …
We caught a surprisingly nice, coach-type public bus from the airport south to Playa Del Carmen, where we found our gorgeous little hotel, complete with hammock outside the door! After a quick wander, we found a nice restaurant for dinner. Nath had one of the biggest steaks I've ever seen and I had some delicious local fish. We sat out on the deck …
... then we'd have to stop and wait for them to catch up. At times when I felt like going fast I'd slow up for a bit until I got a big gap between us and the group in front then I'd give the bike a heap of throttle to go fast for a bit, some parts of the track were really rough so I would only do it on the open road parts. The last part heading back was on the dirt road we came in on in the van and we all got some good speed up and had some good photos taken of ...
... than photo angles. It was overcast, making the quality of photos less, the sky blending in too much with the natural greys of the site.
The north face of the main temple to Kalakcan is impressive. Construction is underway to resurface the entrie temle.
There certainly were more vendors here, again a reflection of the increased crowds with the new status of Chichen Itza. I also noted to Kathleen that I thought the quality of what was on offer was also ...
... The water was crystal clear. The caverns were impressive and fascinating. What a unique place. In the end, we met a photographer that is working at that place who took Petter through the tunnel and showed the air bubble that can be safely used. 30m is not far but it feels good to have someone for safety. On 21.Nov. Petter had arranged a meeting with a free-diver that would take him to a cenote where he can practice a 40m vertical dive. The cenote is ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking