Hotel Xbalamque Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
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... and Age UK asking about some paid and unpaid voluntary work before reading up about dementia. That's right, I'm in the Caribbean and there's nothing to do but apply for work experience and study for my new job with Playlist for Life. Things better brighten up before tomorrow because again, there's bugger all to do. After long, boring day, we thought we'd go for a nice dinner so we got dressed and headed out. Decided we really didn't want to eat buffet food ...
... waiting on an email from a campsite in Punta Allen to confirm how to get there but hadn't received anything by the morning of our departure. Just as we were walking out of the door with our bags on our backs I heard an email come through and thought I'd better quickly check. It's lucky that I did as the reply from the campsite told me that the collectivo service had stopped running a few months ago. Now the only way to reach the village was to take a taxi about 13km's to ...
... and ****** and whatever else you get. Unfortunately I never found time to get my diving cert so these could not be explored to the fullest, but snorkelling in the natural light still gives a sumptuous preview. More Walter Jnr photos.
I rounded off in Playa del Carmen, a nausiating touristy town just south of Cancun. I met some friendly people in my hostel and kicked it by the beach a bit, but this place is so ****. Drunk middle aged gringos rent apartments by ...
... did learn about it on the video the previous day. I used my initiative and had to continually purge the vomit out of the regulator to force myself from choking on my own spew. Luckily we all passed with flying colours all being my experience a little green around the gills, the weather continued to deteriorate and we headed in early much to my excitement to hit dry land again. After some paperwork and funny mugshots Jac and myself were declared as ...
... which is in fact quite palatial, then stopped at Mextremes for a Mai Tai. The manager introduced himself. He'd read my review of their sister restaurant Marinero's (presumably recognising me from my profile picture) and wanted to thank me for my positive comments by asking me to their buffet dinner. I had to regretfully decline as I need to eat at the Krystal tonight to finish my credits before I check out tomorrow - if you don't use them you lose them.
At the hotel ...