Hotel Xbalamque Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Juhubiläum! Ihr lest gerade den 100. Eintrag unserer Weltreise. Da haben sich zwei aber wirklich grosse Mühe gegeben. ;-) Und es werden noch ein paar folgen…
Cancún – DER Touristenort der Riviera Maya. In der Stadt selber findet das wahre mexikanische Leben statt, für Touristen gibt es hier nicht wirklich viel zu sehen. …
... money from you! Anyway, the group agreed to pay the extra, though some were skeptical – rightly so, as it turned out. There were no queues at all and we got straight through.
But before going to the ruins, we planned to visit a cenote, which is a sinkhole that has water in it for swimming! Back in Mayan times, humans were sacrificed into the cenotes. Their bones were not found until more recently as the cenotes are around 50 metres deep. We chose ...
... and Nath both had a top bunk and the beds were hung off the walls, it looked really travellery. But most of all we both felt relaxed and safe there. We booked a couple of trips, one was a trip to Chichen Itza and the other was a snorkeling trip. Chichen Itza was first as we knew it was a long day trip and we only had 2 days left so we didn't want to get back too late on the day we had to leave. So we turned up to the bus at 7.20, as we were told. 7.30, 7.40, 7.45... We start ...
... not been physically commercialized which was great to see..
We then had an other hour to wander round and see as much as we could..
The traders have been kept to the periphery of the complex and do not bother you as you pass..
I have watched many documentaries on Fox etc but none of them have conveyed the enormity and physical experience of ...
On our first day we went exploring, we couldn't believe how little there was in the hotel zone where we are staying so caught the bus for 50p into town. We have decided that this is the biggest culture shock that we have ever experienced! Probably because cancun is only 43 years old, it's just quite plain, the town centre didn't really have a centre, there was a good tat market that we got lost in but that's about it. At about half 12 we decided to leave town just ...