Hotel Akumal Caribe
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Well, what a day we had yesterday. We left the hotel at 8:30am with Jonathan who drove us to the airport in Panama. We did not realize to what extent people in Central and South America would be traveling to Cancun to celebrate Semana Santa, their week of Easter Holidays, until we arrived in the Cancun airport. The flight was about 2 hours and 40 minutes and was not full. We were once again on Copa Airlines using our Aeroplan points. Upon arriving ...
... then she would end up staying somewhere manky). Not sure what faith they have in my travelling methods as what Rose booked was definitely the worst place I’d stayed in on the entire trip :P
In its defence, Hostal Kankun never pretended to be anything fancy… The reviews were quite poor, but people did say it was cheap and basic and we just presumed the people that were moaning would just be the pampered resort types… but yehhhhh, it was pretty grim! The ...
... more beers, by this time we had realized it was Mexican Independence Day and we had to celebrate. After a while we headed down to a more touristy bar to see if we could meet some people, the bar was packed and had a live band but we couldn't really get inside so we had to stand out on the street with a lot of other people, most of the people looked like hippies with bare feet and dread locks, I'd noticed a lot of them getting around Tulum and this must be the bar ...
Up at 6.30 for breakfast and then to a lecture at 7.15 on Reef Ecology. Interesting stuff but lecture hall is stifling. Had a swim test and then went for a short snorkel with our guide Ross. Saw 3/4 green turtles and after this, Joe and myself went out on our own and saw lots more. Got some ...
... still managed to get some good snaps. Whilst all of the ruins we’ve been to had a lot of lizards around them, Tulum has literally hundreds of iguanas, some of which are huge. We even saw 2 large males having a battle for territory which basically consisted of them running round in circles trying to eat each other. There’s a small beach that’s accessible from inside the ...