Holiday Inn Express Cancun Zona Hotelera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Our journey to Mexico City was a long one, easily 24 hours and cost a lot more than the hoped for £250...
The flight from Glasgow was due to depart before the airport bus had even started running on Saturday morning so we booked a taxi instead. And because of how pricey First is it didn't work out that much more than two singles on the bus would have been - just £11 for a much quicker journey.
We decided to get to ...
... there was often another bloke tagging behind in a vague hope of getting in on the action. I couldn't help imagining David Attenborough's voice narrating the experience throughout!!
We emerged back to the boat absolutely buzzing but the second dive was also a thrill – we took the boat away from the current to have a longer and more gentle, casual wander about but there's still just so much cool stuff to see out there. We got to ...
... t the best beach weather. We wandered along the beach, ate and bought some new havianas which we somehow forgot to do in the 2 months we were in the USA.
Where we stayed
We stayed in a hostel in downtown Cancun called Mezcal Hostel and managed to get a private room. Unfortunately the room was on the ground floor near a communal kitchen. You would be amazed at the time of day that backpackers will do dishes, it’s ...
... directions snoring away. Hit up the local Oxxo fora quick coffee and terrible breakfast and head down to Chichen Itza. Walk in the park and El Castillo greets you as you walk around the corner. Amazing. Absolutely loved it. And when you clap need it, you have a noise vibration off the stairs. Scared us at first. We walk the park for a good few hours, Purto buys some really cool blankets and we start to notice the crowds building, and ...
... to be cheaper here - a surf and turf costs the equivalent of US$44 which is a lot more than I remember paying for an equivalent meal the last time I was in Mexico. Maybe it’s just Cancun. I ordered a steak taco, shrimp empanadas, and yellow pepper stuffed with shredded crab meat. The empanadas came in a serve of three deep fried half moon shaped pastries covered in grated cabbage and white cheese with a little side of salsa. Quite bland.
The stuffed chili ...