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... water rides and snorkeling. The add-on costs alone made me grumpy. So it was Xcaret. I went on the website and was immediately drowned in information -- almost none of it helpful. What are the hours? Can kids under 5 come? Do we need to bring a towel? Zenio was dropped off at 9:00 am and Declan and he immediately went into iPad frenzy. Temple run, Spider man, Marvel Hero game, Plants vs. Zombies 2. We showed Edmonda around our place - still no running water by the way - going on day ...
... which has all the hotels out the front :) Ventured back to our hostel played heads up and had earlyish night ready to hit the early morning ADO bus to Playa Del Carmen! We booked our hostel "Qunita Playa Hostel" it was average when we arrived nothing special close to the beach though and 5tlh ave which is the Main Street! We headed out to dinner with some friends we made instantly at the hostel and then hit all the nightclubs in playa pretty sure we went to about 5 bars ...
... the last bite. Not a happy camper….
Tomorrow we go and see what cenotes are all about.
Day 3: we meet at Koox (koo-sh) dive shop at 8am to be fitted for our gear. Today Hinesh will dive the Pit and Dos Ojos and I will snorkel Dos Ojos. While the divers are all used to being fitted for a wetsuit this was a different experience for me as snorkelling usually involves just your mask and flippers. Dos Ojos waters is suppose to be quite cold that is why ...
... along the ocean front. We strolled and found a couple of restaurants inside other beach front hotels but nothing that was still serving food or looked remotely exciting to go into. Finally we found a really cute place nestled just over the water called Mezzanine. Unfortunately they too said their kitchen had closed, so at this point we decided dinner was just not happening tonight and ordered a glass of wine instead. Jess's recent trip to NYC had introduced her ...
... Isla Mujeres which was nice, but a LOT more touristy and built up than that of Holbox. Was an alright place to spend the last couple of days though . Booked on a tour to visit the more secluded spot of Isla Contoy, which only allows 200 visitors a day, had some AMAZING food and met some guy that looked like the BFG, examined some of the market ‘Im in Cancun *****’ t-shirt specials and saw some more American obesities on golf carts.
The trip out to Contoy on ...