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... drinking to certain areas.
As I already mentioned, Platinum Yucatan Princess belongs to all-inclusive resorts, meaning that everything is supposed to be included in the price of your room. PYP is such a great place that they really include most of the things one can possibly need to spend unforgettable holidays.
Rule no. 1: You are never hungry in PYP!
There are several restaurants inside the resort, the cooks of which take care of ...
... the Caribbean sea. It makes a lovely backdrop and having a beach on site is a great way to cool down after hiking around the complex in what feels like an oven. The only downside to these ruins are the other tourists. It's so close to Playa del Carmen and Cancun that lots of package tours head over so it can get pretty packed. Even so, we enjoyed the views and hung out with the local lizards for a couple of hours before cycling - along ...
... hidden in the sandy bottom. Swimming into the cenoté was definitely worth it too! Sadly we forgot to visit the photo shop at the end of the day to see our pictures! Silly us-we are not very good tourists!
Once again we were hungry when we came off the water and just caught the restaurant before it closed for a quesadilla snack before catching the bus.
We were pretty tired when we headed to the buffet tonight. We have a ...
... and "que quieres". I am not saying I could understand an in depth conversation, but I am to the point where I can make small talk and understand basic conversation without asking Juan or Isabella every 2 seconds.
Yippeee!!.. I am finally starting to get it...as they say in Tanzania; "Pole - Pole" (Slowly - Slowly). What a world of difference to actually be able to converse in a somewhat meaningful way with Juan's family. The opening ...
Sunday we checked out from our hotel
and met up with CJ and Sally at the Cancun Airport. So happy to see
my friends again!
The day they arrived it was pouring
again...what's up with that??? We took a taxi to our next hotel in
Playa del Carmen. The hotel is in a fancy snobby area called Playacar
where tiny houses cost 1 million US dollars, yikes! The hotel had a
jungle feel to ...