Comfort Inn Cancun Aeropuerto
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the rooms were well suited but the doors seemed to be too thin or something because we could hear almost everything going on out in the halls! woke me up in the morning bummer!
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Just arrived at my airport hotel in Cancun.
Flight was fine - full of Brit's abroad, but nobody spoke to me, so I was living the dream as far as flights go! Watched The Big Short (I learned so much about the financial crisis - highly recommend), Star Wars, and Carol (sooo good!).
My rucksack weighs in at 21.5kg and is full to the …
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... both the upstairs and downstairs bar. So you spent a lot of time waiting for a drink and they were practically ignoring one half of the bar. What was definitely not being ignored was money. Flash some green and you'd get served. Screw that. I waited longer at the bar just on principal. I met a couple of Aussie boys, they'd practically arrived in cancun an hour before getting on the cruise. I can't remember their names. So I got off the boat at the island and we ...
... busing all the way back to Puerto Juarez.
Then to my surprise Rio turned up as he also had done the same thing as me but on a later bus. Chances of this happening ie us meeting are slim.
Then at 11.30 am were informed that the ferry would be leaving from ...
... and American franchise restaurants and malls.
And then there's the party scene...
We saw some pretty wild and crazy bars and clubs here; some as big and fancy as hotels and others just tacky and cheesy with singalongs and danceoffs!
We ate some damn good Mexican food here too, and snuck into numerous 5 star hotels on the beach to use their incredibly fancy swimming pools!!!
Next stop, Cuba!
See you again soon Mexico!