Los Itzaes Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Car rentals
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... eastern side of the city and the expanse of the Caribbean Sea that along with a barrier reef provided the finishing protection of the city. The city main defense was a large wall running along the western side of the city from south to north and the cliffs along with barrier reef that ran along the east side of the city. At the bottom of the cliffs of Tulum was a narrow strip of white sand that afforded modern sun worshipers ample opportunities to sun bath and play in the surf ...
... plastic crocodile that are placed at the end of the line. It was unbelievably great to dive in these waters the first time. the water is invisible so you have the impression that you float like in space.
The second dive was the Bat Cave line. It has its name from the cave that you can reach after about 20 minutes of the dive in which live many bats. Also this line was very nice and we enjoyed every bit of it.
It was a really wonderful day!
... for as little as 40€. Interjet promotes on their website that they have more seat pitch (space between seats) than other airlines, and while many might say that, but only offer a marginal increase in pitch, with Interjet I had absolutely no problems with my long legs on a standard economy class seat. Didn't even touch the seat in front. Staff as well was very nice and undoubtedly one of the best airlines I have flown with so far. Thumbs ...
... was a huge open mouth coming to you. When I first jumped I stayed quiet filming with my new GoPro camera and seemed like the shark was going to bump it because it kept coming and coming, I was patient to hold my position long enough to have the shark change direction at the last second and then film all its side and swim along as I admired all his magnificent huge body and fins. It was amazing!!!
At the first jump Luisa got scared and it was not because of the shark but ...
After spending another morning and most of the afternoon lying by the beach we managed to drag ourselves away and head to Playa del Carmen. We decided to get the local bus to the main bus station wondering if our limited Spanish would get us there - which it did, it was actually really easy! The bus ride was hilarious, the driver had a bunch of soft toys all over the front of the bus and I was loving how he was just cranking his sounds and having a great time - not ...