Caribbean Paradise Resort & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCaribbean Paradise Resort & Spa Playa del Carmen
Nice comfortable bed & an outdoor swimming pool on the second floor.
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... are expensive we stopped at OXXO a few times on the way to there to buy beer). Sometimes we just stayed at home watching DVDs when suddenly somebody (mainly AJ) had the idea of playing cards what most of the time ended in a funny, loud and wild evening. Especially when Ken happen to come by with a bottle of Tequila.
Well what shall we say, the Divemaster Internship is supposed to be fun and we definitely had fun!
This week David, Anna and Julian ...
... out the sliding door and straight into the pool to cool off, 'twas amazing. A quick nap and some procrastination about our New Year's Eve plans which we still couldn't decide about. Join the saffas at Coco Maya Coincidance festival or Coco Bongos or dinner or? So we just headed out with no real plan down the main shopping street and stopped to ask a few places what their options were. Most had set menus and the nicer ones in the most central location were around ...
We had bought tickets to go to xcaret park today. We had breakfast about 9am then had a couple of things to sort out. The first one was to ring the hostel in Lima about a pick up from the airport. The number we had been given didn't work though even the guy at reception tried to ring for us. We decided that if we couldn't get hold of them we eoud sleep at the airport. We set off to the park and it was a scorcher if a day again. ...
... experience. The Chef even came out to inquire about our experience.
After dinner Susan and I met up with a lot of the Disney characters who were decked out in pirate gear as it was Pirate night on the ship. Brittany and Josh went to see Monster’s University 3D in the Walt Disney Theatre and since the 2nd dining rotation was still going on the lines for the characters were almost non-existent.
After the movie got out we met the kids ...
... warm, so we tried this next. What fun! Now that we were wet, it was time to try out the "cave swim" activity. For this, you walk quite a ways into the cenote, and after donning a life vest, you venture into a stream that is running through the caverns. Water temp was about 75, and it was really interesting to swim through the cavern. I assumed that the water must be chlorinated because it was so clean, but we saw plenty of little fish ...