Hotel Copa Cabana

Address: 5ta Av. # 209 entre calle 10 y 12, Playa del Carmen, Riviera Maya, Yucatan Peninsula, 77710, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 5ta Av. # 209 entre calle 10 y 12, Playa del Carmen, is near The Jungle Place, Mexico Blue Dream, Geofish Dive, and Coco Cabana.
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Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen

Arrival in Mexico!

A travel blog entry by nick.kinchin on Aug 22, 2014

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... font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 17.920000076293945px;">My first impression was that Mexico city was how busy it was and how crazy it was ! It was actually quite scary! I was in quite a rush to get out of there to be honest so I explored for about an hour till my bus was coming then I Made my way to the Mexico CIty Bus Station and left on my bus to Playa Del Carmen. I fell asleep on the bus ride as i was very jet-lagged because I ...

We came, We saw, We stayed

A travel blog entry by pawelek on Dec 05, 2013

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Synopsis of a 30 year search.
Over the past 3 decades, whilst many friends travelled to Hawaii, we have been venturing to the Caribbean and Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. although Cancun and environs, were our initial stops, we eventually became enamered with a small locale called Playa del Carmen, just 45 minutes south, althoughin the 80's it took us 90-100 minutes, 1 way ...

First day in Playa

A travel blog entry by johandahlberg on Nov 01, 2013

My first real experience of Mexico was yesterday, when we had the already mentioned first dinner. To get to the restaurant, we walked from our apartments to 5th Avenue, which is the main street. It was crowded, full of dressed out kids and grownups. Halloween, a holiday which takes place almost simultaneously to the Mexican celebration of death (which is a good thing where people go to the afterlife) and the deceased. Ignoring the ghosts and whiches, I was surprised at how "Mexican" ...


A travel blog entry by tristanbreslin on Jun 27, 2013

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... to my brother, Sam, who told me Dad would be proud which made me unusually emotional. I had a celebratory drink in the pool bar (double shot of tequila) which was brought by my room mate Adrian. I had decided to do a skydive the week before with Adrian, Amner and Tianna. The four of had formed a good friendship, with great banter and humour. We walked down to the sky dive office and spoke to the chap running the show. He was the serious and ...

Lions, tigers, and monkeys

A travel blog entry by finnegan2012 on Feb 08, 2013

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... br> The beaches are clean. The sand is fine and pretty and looks relatively similar to New York's, although a prettier color and perhaps even a bit more fine than NY, although not as sticky.

But it's the amazing push for cash that seems exploitative. It's not cheap — at all. The local surf shop (even though there's not even a ripple of surf) has prices higher than Hanalei, peso or not.

It's the presence of the animals in town that ...