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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... the most of it. Normally we got up at about 10.00, had breakfast and at about 11.30 we were already having our first drink in the swimming pool. Then we continuously kept on drinking until we got tired of it. Regarding the food we usually had a buffet breakfast and lunch in the restaurant “Yucatan” and in the evening we always went to a proper restaurant offering “a la carte menu”. Since we really wanted to get to know all restaurants ...
... boat. We came to a spot in the middle of the ocean where we couldn't see land and that's where atleast 30 other boats. It was rough seas and we had 3 people vomiting overboard from seasickness! The whale sharks had disappeared so they took us an hour away to another spot where there were over 10 whale sharks coming up from the ocean to feed on krill. We jumped into the water in twos and ...
... big breakfast leaves us not needing to sit down for a full lunch and means we all can graze as we please for snacks, BBQ food, fruit or the ice cream shop by the pool.
We are learning our way around and the ways of resort life! Our challenge to show we have figured things out will be to remover to leave a few items on the chaise lounges of our choice early in the day because the best ones ...
Pleasures en la playa y la pueblo
Elisa's home is maybe 12 blocks outside of San Miguel, which is where the main strip/ferry dock/tourist area. Her home is close enough to the beaches to enjoy, but far enough away from the "touristy" aka mini USA area. When walking through her neighborhood, you really feel like you are in Mexico. We enjoyed walking by the little shops and bakeries lining the streets, small gatherings ...
... rouge, the list goes on! It was sensory overload and a night I will remember forever. The last 3 days were spent in Playa Del Carme where we brain stormed a brand we wanted to import, road bikes around the town and much to Megan's delight, watched the Grand Final in a Mexican sports bar. We have made a pact to return to Tulum for my 40th, let us know if you want to join our next ...