Los Itzaes Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Car rentals
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... good at all! It was crumbly and seemed the consistency of ricotta cheese. We left most of that uneaten.
Off to bed we went. We were settling in and Bryce looked at me and asked if someone was taking a shower outside our room. I looked at him confused. He went and opened the door and it was pouring down crazy rain, and the wind was moving through the trees rather forcefully. We both laughed and shrugged. It is rainy season here. Now we are off thebed to awake to a new day.
... used the equipment, breathing the tank etc. In the afternoon we went out on the boat; the sea was rough on the way to our dive site and the instructor was explaining the exercises we needed to complete on arrival but his German accent was hard to comprehend at the best of times. As the boat swayed side to side I struggled to stand up for long enough to assemble my tank to my regulator. I was desperately trying to concentrate on which part screwed into what, ...
... winter this year! I can't believe Charlie had to shovel twice while we were away!
Our last night out was at the Japanese restaurant for Tapanyaki. We enjoyed sharing our table with our friends Alison and Mark (police inspector) from Wasaga beach.
Our thanks to the Mexican workers and friends we made who looked after ...
... way of doing things but it was very nice all the same.
After breakfast we had a wander round the local part of the town to get our bearings and to get a better feel for the place. Let's be honest, a beach full of sun loungers and tourists is pretty much the same the world over - it's the local aspect of a place that makes the difference. We popped into the supermarket for a few essential bits and pieces (read beer ...
We caught the ferry from Isla Mujeres yesterday to Puerto Juarez, then a taxi to Cancun town and then a bus to Playa Del Carmen. There are two different buses to take, the first class ADO bus which costs about M$60 and the colectivos (mini buses) which are about half the price. We ended up taking the colectivos, which was comfortable enough, but we were all packed into the back seats! If I was going to go again I would get on first with a seat up the front! We ...