Coco Rio Playa del Carmen
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Excellent value at this small but welcoming hotel. Quiet courtyard, simple but comfortable rooms and very friendly & helpful staff make this a perfect mid-range choice.
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... When I saw very slowly, there is no exaggerating, after not eating for two days and vomiting I had no energy and my body was weak. Nevertheless, I made it to the ferry and to Isla mujeres.
isla mujeres is 8km long, and a little paradise away from the bustle of Cancun. I headed to my hostel, and then straight out to the beach. White sand like powder and crystal blue water. Finally, what j had been waiting for!
as I floated around in the Caribbean Sea, ...
... spetacular because since the carnaval weekend there was a ship lying in the Blue Angel shore (maybe the captain was rushing to the parade and forgot to fix the boat so the waves brought it to the shore :-) !)... so we included a little bit of wreck diving into our night dive.
Once we surfaced it was completely dark and only the huge full moon was shining in a kind of black light - it was breathtaking and mystic!
On the way home we went for a pizza at Los Seras!
... trees. We spent the morning walking around and sweating through our t-shirts. Next to the main ruin are steps which leads down to the white sandy beach. The whole place was amazing to see. Afterwards we stopped off in Tulum, a small town of only 18,000 people, to have lunch with the group. We had tacos and ceviche again which cost about 300 pesos a lot cheaper than the more touristy place of Playa Del ...
... over to the zip line section. They only have 3 towers but each is higher then the next. It was a bit of a let down in that respect but we were of course comparing it to the zip lining tour we did together in Thailand called the Flight of the Gibbons. The zip lines in Thailand were from tree to tree in the jungle weaving all over the place whereas here in Mexico they send you from tower to tower. It was still fun though.
We soared through the air letting the breeze ...
... to sign the lease contract on 12/6, we noticed the restaurant next door placing tables, chairs on our soon-to-be-our patio, and were told since the restaurant had been closed, they had enacted "their squatters rights", and although through a court order they would eventually have to legally move their tables back, it could take as long as 8 months. Whoa, what a face of cold water that was. But we moved on and the realtor helped ...