Los Itzaes Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
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... stray dogs and rubbish. As we arrived in the 'hotel district' near the beach things changed significantly and it's obvious that this town relies heavily on tourism to live. Still a bit run-down, this part of town has been commercialised for visitors - and immediately reminded us of Koh Samui in Thailand. After checking in at our resort - nice and quiet off the main strip, with a lovely pool - we set off for a walk and to find ...
the next few lines are dedicated to our IDC friends and may contain some insider things that not everybody will / must understand.
Who was in our course?
Chris and Syltan - these guys we've known for a few weeks and are around us almost since we've been here on Cozumel. Chris knows how to combine partying and passing an IDC, preparing presentations within 10 minutes ...
... with us. Basically it meant silently swimming away from us while we were left in the pitch dark in an underground water cave, with absolutely no idea where the entrance or exit, would be. Luckily for us, getting a tip was worth more to him than explaining the loss of two gorgeous, bikini clad women in a cave, and he came back and rescued us! Heading onto Tulum because we thought we had better experience some ...
... colonial town. Lots of shopping where we stopped. Sherilyn got a headband for $4. We got back in the van and headed back to playa del carmen. Quick stop to get a dreamcatcher for a bus-mate before transferring to a taxi back to the resort. Quick dinner at buffet then bed.
Yucatreks: really enjoyed the tour. Both guides were professional and funny,while informative. Would definitely recommend - good value.
... with - you know how I love raccoons. We have only got wifi as a gift otherwise Dan would have refused to purchase it. Apparently it is Mexican Mother's Day today so I got free wifi and bubble bath - we, maturely, poured the bubble bath into the jacuzzi and then watched as 25% of our suite disappeared underneath very fragrant bubbles. I shall attempt to keep my jottings up to date and not as boring as they would appear to ...