City Express Cancun
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... least I can say I have held a tiger shark in my arms now. It felt really strange, their skin looks so smooth, but it is everything but that! Really rough, like a cat’s tongue or something.
Sergio, Vitoria and I really enjoyed the trip and got to see some of the nicest parts that Isla Mujeres has to offer. We also used our time there to a maximum, because we only just made it back in time for the last ferry. Sergio accompanied me to the hostel to pick up my ...
... her seat and was very disappointed to see how much fun we were having without including her as she lucked out on her seating allocation with a few boring passengers. We landed in the resort capital of the Caribbean, Cancun. This city is kilometres and kilometres of high rise hotels along an amazing beach full of yanks on their annual holidays at all exclusive resorts. Think the Gold Coast on speed and full of loud ...
... So you don't have to fiddle with the ropes nor "lean back over any edges!" Good fun though! This cenote was the most spectacular of the lot! Inside the cave with tree roots through the ceiling!! Very cool! We were able to swim for a bit here after our abseil. Afterwards, we went up to the huts for some lunch. There was bacon and chicken soup and lots of meats and some salads and bread rolls, also some drinks, coronas or wine if you preferred! A ...
... a bit (lot) of haggling we got her a pair of leather sandals..
I think the guy took pity on her wearing the hiking boots.. crazy Gringos..
Had a walk around and enjoyed the banter with the stall holders..
It was like not being a Pom in Europe when they found we were from Ireland/Australia..
Even CJ was relaxed and no longer watching over her shoulder..
So we made it back to ...
... He gave us free Coronas, a map on how to get to and from the house to Zona Hotelara (party zone) and what buses to catch. He even dropped us off at Las Americas mall after we settled in.
At the mall we grabbed a quick lunch of pescado (fish) and cameron (prawns) fajitas. Quite filling and with full tummys we set out to try and get a bus to Zona Hotelara. The elusive bus 27 took ages to come so we decided to walk to the corner Sergio told us to, to get the bus. Not ...