Hotel Colibri Beach
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Llegó el día y allá fuimos...3 días a DF. Capital de México y 12 días más a Playa del Carmen.
Como toda capital gigante cuando uno llega se siente algo abrumado pero a las dos corajudas nada nos detiene.
Y ahí estábamos subidas el primer día en el Turibus (http://www.turibus.com.mx/) que nos habían recomendado para tener idea de …
... were in Mexico.
There appears to be very little that's authentic about Playa del Carmen. It wouldn't have been my first (or second, or twelfth) choice of destination. But everywhere else on the itinerary was someplace I wanted to see, and geographically, this was the most logical endpoint before
flying home. So life's a compromise, I suppose. And hey, there are worse things in the world than ending my trip with a couple of days on a beach.
... This is a buffet restaurant.
We were seated at a table and our napkins were placed nicely in our laps. Our waiter came along and offered us tea and coffee which we both gladly accepted. We wandered around and took a look at all the food. There was so many choices. Bagels, toast, buns, any kind of eggs you wanted cooked fresh for you. Omeletes, waffles, quite a few Mexican breakfast options which looked very yummy. We grabbed plates and I headed for ...
... in his pocket where the big fat bonus would have been housed. We then briefly returned to the room so we could grab everything we needed so that we could lurk by the pool all day like melted lumps of pudding. We have a mini bar in the room which is completely free - Dan discovered they replaced everything in there that you drank - I only drank the sole can of diet coke in there but there was a few beers. Dan, decided he wanted one night being slightly boozey, so had ...
... that you cannot bring your own food and drink and thus our bags were searched by the security. Once through the barrier we walked across the caravan park, with fancy campers protected from the sun by thatched roofs, to access the white sandy beach. It was nice and quiet despite being Saturday. We managed to get ourselves a shade and beach chairs, which to our surprise were free to use. The rest of the day was spent reading, swimming in the turqose water ...