Hotel Casa Ticul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... fixed it by disabling all security on my ATM card. Just in case, I changed my PIN after every subsequent transaction on this trip.
Anyways, MXN cash in hand, we bought some basic goods like pasta, pop tarts, milk, avacadoes. Not much else today except chasing Carmen around the suite and heading to bed. We did find a way to arrange the furniture such that Carmen could not see us from the crib, allowing her to give up and go to sleep.
... condo and instantly we were in heaven. It actually reminded me so much of Bali in so many ways. It was far more built up and touristy than Tulum, and the beach was no where near as pristine (but still beautiful) but we were checking into a penthouse in Mexico so we clearly we didn't mind. On arrival our room wasn't quite ready as we were far to early for the suggested check in time, so they sent us to the beach club for a cocktail while we waited. What a ...
We had a glorious first full day in Mexico. We spent most of the day relaxing pool side sampling cocktails and reading our books. It was just what we all needed to get ourselves on "island time."
The town of Playa Del Carmen is an easy 20 minute stroll up the beach. Around sunset we headed that direction not really realizing what we were going to find. It is a combination of street fair and street party with crazy locals and even ...
... though just before we got out. We did just pop back in further up and saw loads and loads of fish by a bridge. We got changed and walked up to see the manatees then walked back to the exit to get our transport back. In the evening we saw the Mayan boat come up to light the torches and then had a band playing South American music. An early night after the buffet dinner as we were ...
... grammar and an hour of conversation, all of which has been thoroughly enjoyable. We only do one week of classes through GVI, however Sian is going to continue for another four weeks, hoping to build up a level of proficiency by the time we leave Playa. Monday afternoon we started our Emergency First Response course, a compulsory part of volunteering with GVI even for those who have completed similar courses before (like Jim) ...