Holiday Inn Express Cancun Zona Hotelera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of the bakery sections of the supermarkets here, so cheap and SO good.
We then got the R1 bus in the opposite direction, and just sort of got off when we thought we saw sand. Somehow we had stumbled upon a really cute little area with a stunning view of Isla Mujeres cross a turquoise sea. The beach itself was small, but the sea was the most welcoming thing ever. It was such a perfect temperature so we just bobbed around in it for ages. ...
... with excitement we made our way to the dock the next morning to find a lovely continental breakfast waiting for us and, more importantly, strong coffee. As the other two couples arrived, Jorge from On Isla Mujeres gave us a rundown of the day's activities, which sounded even more promised as one of the couples had already been two days before and raved about their whale shark encounter. Our comfortable, clean boat was designed for sea fishing making it roomier than ...
Usually, I'm in places where the drivers are trying to get me in their taxi. Today, I have to go on the street and flag down a taxi, and convince him (have not seen any female drivers) that he wants to go where I need to go. It wasn't too tough and I was off with 2 other women and a male; hoping that he understood my destination! He did! I was the last out and the driver actually spoke English because he had lived in the US for ...
... and then the brief 5km ride into Chetumal in Mexico. We eventually saw the Belizean flag on the border and the exit procedure was brief. We exchanged our last Belizean money for a bottle of water before the bus crossed the Hondo River into Mexico.
The Mexican side of the border made us feel like we were entering a first world country after a couple of weeks in the third world. However, we still had a massive queue in front of us with only one official ...
... crystal clear waters of Playa del Carmen and sun baking in the hot Mexican sun. After lunch and a rest we headed back to the beach again, but managed only a quick swim before the rain clouds arrived.
The following day we took a collectivo (local shuttle bus that leaves when it's full) to Tulum to visit the picturesque Mayan ruins which are set near the edge of a cliff overlooking the sea (in Mayan times it was a major commercial port city). The tropical weather showed us ...