Coco Rio Playa del Carmen
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCoco Rio Playa del Carmen
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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... in paradise is hard, but somebody has got to do it...thank goodness that this burden has fallen on us.
Made Cranachan last week in honor of Robert Burns (Poet) and it was a creamy delight.
Yesterday was a fun day with filming for a new HGTV series called Caribbean Living. Our friends Meredith and Brett are featured and we did a couple of small cameos. Will let you know when it gets aired.
... just like on La Quinta, English signs are starting to appear, even as far as 4 blocks off the strip.
Nonetheless, a short walk off the strip gives you a bit of a reality-check and makes you appreciate what you have back home. People work hard to make a living their.Take a lok at the picture of the local dentist's office- aren't you glad you don't have to go there every six months?
... resonating from the roofs. We were driven to our suite building in a little golf car and deposited at our lovely room which is huge with two double beds (in case one of us gets in a huff) a free mini bar, a balcony, a living room area, a large bathroom consisting of fancy shower AND large jacuzzi bath and enough wardrobe space to house all of Dan's chinos - we were most pleased. We decided to change out of ...
... headed to the dive shop to get our equipment. On the way there, one of the dive instructors told us that the visibility is around 100ft (30m) in Cozumel. All geared up (my first regulator did not have a depth gauge....), we headed to our first dive site, the infamous Santa Rosa coral reef wall. I had already done my deep dive so I was paired up with someone else so the rest of the guys could ...
... looking up to lush green plants lapping over the edge and to the striking blue sky above. I can’t describe how this moment felt for me, all my thoughts disappeared and for a moment or two my mind was calm and all that was important was the moment I was in. A moment of sheer peace and tranquillity. We took a few snaps and hurried away when the other tourists arrived. Luckily for us we were the first! We ate a speedy buffet lunch before piling back on the bus to Chichen Itza. ...