Hotel Mary Carmen
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is very popular amongst party goers. They wanted to charge a 100 pesos cover, so we went to a different place. During the seach we separated and I ended up with Raphael in a bar with a good vibe. I ended up receiving dance lessons from a girls named Karol, and at 3am we left together to go to Seņor Frogs, who since the first time had dropped their cover to zero. There we were until about 6am, and after a walk along the promenade we separated and at around 7am I fell exhausted into my ...
... they said their goodbyes and went back. About 6 of us stayed out and Diego took us to a club but the whole street was basically a club so it really didn't matter where you went. I stayed out till about 1 and some stayed longer but I was done for the night. I found out the next morning a couple of them stayed till 5! No way I could've done that long so was glad I left when I did. Saying all our goodbyes tomorrow, gonna be sad. The journey awaits ...
Day 1: October 20, 2014
We departed from Tulum at 11.00 and waited for a minivan going in direction to the north. We needed to go to Playa del Carmen first in order to take a ferry from there. After some 20 minutes of waiting one stopped and charged us MXN 40 per person for the way.
Once we arrived in Playa del Carmen we walked to the pier from where we took the ferry. It was MXN 162 for one way. The ferry was just departing so we caught ...
... weighted around 40 lbs. It was huge!! We also saw several scuba divers. Leon, being in the Navy for 4 years, has been on the topside of a ship, but I do believe he's really enjoying it from the bottom side, under water. I achieved a life long ambition to go down in a sub. It was a ...
... ahead of us was quite willing to stay as close to the guide as possible. And this meant that our group of 5 plus 2 guides turned into a group of two fast boats plus one guide and three slowpokes and their guide. And for the next hour we all pretended that we were James Bond racing through the Caribbean. What a hoot! The wave action (we had approximately 3 foot swells) gave us the occasional moments of being airborne, and a ride that was much more like ...