Hotel Las Golondrinas
Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen
Nous repassons a Playa del Carmen juste le vendredi soir pour faire la fete.
et effectivement Playa del Carmen est un bon endroit pour faire la fete!
Malheureusement pour moi (c paul qui parle), j ai mal gere les shots de "Don Julio" (la tequila locale) a l apero et au premier bar je m effondre..
DD et gidipi me raccompagnent a l …
My first 72 hours in Mexico gave true meaning to the phrase 'fiesta no siesta.'
I arrived in Cozumel Friday afternoon and was greeted at the airport by Mike Sobel, course director here for the Divemaster Internship Programme. After a short ride, we arrived back at the house, which was empty as all the other interns had gone out diving. As I freshened up and got unpacked, Mike headed out to pick us up some delicious grilled chicken tacos from one ...
... prevailed. Irina enjoyed playing beer pong, but hated chugging the beer. I laughed at her and told her I expected more from a Russian. She explained the Couchsurfing live involves lots of drinking, so she was currently undergoing a low tolerance period; excuses. It seemed the time for her to be victorious had arrived, and she proceeded to defeat me in at least ten games of chess, every card game we played, and some other Chinese board game. Oh did I forget to mention she's on ...
... so we're happy to go for that. Especially as we get to don snorkel and flippers and swim a kilometre down an underground river anyway. Quite enough adventure for one day. So we board the colourful Xcaret bus sent to our hotel at 9.30am and fifteen minutes later arrive at the 200 acre site built around an ancient coastal Maya village surrounded by jungle. A huge Mexican flag flies outside celebrating the fact that this is the ninth most visited country in the world with ...
A trip to the Mayan Riviera has it all – sun, sand, sea, music, dancing, wining & dining, culture, and adventure - but the two experiences that made it extra special were my visits to Playa Del Carmen and Chichen Itza. I just made my first trip to Playa Del Carmen in early December and I can promise that it won't be my last. Whether you stay at a resort or rough it off the beaten path, this little town is a must see if ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking