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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... he replied "ehhhh me gusta" meaning "ehhhh I like". Your one just ****** herself laughing. After buying our new gear we walked back to the hotel and started drinking in the room. Playa Del Carmen is class for going out and all the nightclubs are right beside each other and a stones throw from the beach. There was a bikini contest on in first club we went into. In our defence we didn't know there would be one on before we paid in it just happened to be ...
... observe whether he would stop to ask us if we were 'ready to party' and wondered how we would explain that, although it was very nice that he would pick us up at 22:30, we had both been asleep by 20:15 every night - even though we had attempted to be wild we had just got a bit sleepy after dinner. Alas, as soon as he had agreed to meet the small group of party animals in the bar later and return them at 4am the following ...
... the date forward, perhaps it was just speculation and the tour boats jumped the gun. There are only a few places in the world you can swim with the biggest sharks in the world which grow up to 40ft in length, and Mexico is amongst the most reliable for a sighting so we were gutted. Perhaps we will get the opportunity elsewhere in the world on our travels but either way we will definitely be returning to Mexico in the future as we have only seen a fraction of what ...
So I'm finally here in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. Angel and myself drove that little jeep you see in the photos, from Los Angeles all the way to Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. It took about 7 days. I'd say it was an average of about 12 hours a day driving.
We started by driving down Baja California and then we stopped in Mulege, and then La Paz, then we took a ferry to Mazatlan, then drove to Guadalajara, then to Vera Cruz, then to Campeche, then finally to ...
... a water slide and were told to hop in and ride down. What fun! Who knew this was part of the zip line course! We really enjoyed this diversion from all the zip line activity, and actually thought we were done... but no! There were 2 additional lines, and the last one brought us down to land in the water just after we passed through another waterfall. By now it was 4pm, and we decided to call it a day. We'll always remember the fun we had at ...