Hotel Copa : Hotel En Playa Del Carmen
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Around this southern part of Mexico there are lots of cenotes, which are natural pits or sinkholes resulting from the collapse of limestone bedrock that exposes ground water underneath. So we decided we’d go scuba diving in one!!
We dived in two different cenotes, Kukulkan and Chac Mool which are located about a 15 minute drive from Playa. We were both a little nervous about it as we’d only ever dived in the open ocean ...
... 2: You are never sober in PYP!
Nonalcoholic, but especially alcoholic beverages are available day and night. All the bars, except for one, are free of charge. Since the bar “Skylight” offers rather upmarket brands of alcoholic beverages extra fees are applied when serving a drink. If you wish to ask for wine a la carte, you should also count with an additional surcharge (only “vino della casa” is free of charge). There are many ...
... played with us for a few hours. It was awesome!
We kept retiring to the pool when we needed a boost, which consisted usually of a long island ice tea or a double stout margarita on ice. Talk about a Jackie Chan back kick to the face. Wa Towwwww! This pool definitely topped my list of bars. It had tables and chairs built into the pool with a swim up bar! Every time our drinks got close to low the bartenders were hot on our ...
... we stayed and chatted for an hour and a half. The walk home was interesting, as it was raining, making getting a taxi difficult. So after changing back into my shorts and tee, I started walking. By the time I got half way home I was soaked, so I stopped for a couple more quesadillas. Once at the hostel I dried off and had a relaxing sleep. What a great ...
... canyon of corals, we saw six black tip baby sharks swimming around. We were too far for any of my pictures to turn out, but it was pretty cool (especially since I was the one that spotted them by accident). At the second dive site, the current was so strong I didn't need to move. I was able to cross my legs and let nature do all the work. It was so strong that when we spotted a turtle, I couldn't make it over there, as I had used too much air already. I ...