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TravelPod Member ReviewsMagic Express Playa del Carmen
The place its nice and ship, but i didn t really like the people at the front desk
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... and wakes up almos the entire IDC house.
Fanch - the French guy in our group who has a f(r)og in the mask and checks the (h)air before diving.
Eric - Full of energy. He and his wife Peggy are amazing, sold everything back in the states and are now traveling around the globe. Love to party and drink Tequila.
Who trained us?
Mike - pushes you ...
We left Tulum bright and early around 8am and stopped to check on the Tulum Mayan ruins on the beach, we didn't actually want to go in as we didn't have the time but we're hoping to see the famous ruin on a cliff overlooking the beach but alas the public beach was a little to far to get a good shot but we could at least see it in the distance. So we hopped back in and headed out of Tulum for Playa Del Carmen!
... had other people swarm in by the masses. Yes, another 5 people finally came before we headed off to see what else was around. The lure of free drinks (and the gorgeous hustler on the street), had us sucked in 2 bars down. Enjoying our free beers, a few dances and some great people watching, the excitement of the day became too much for us oldies and it was home to bed as Playa Del Carmen no doubt came to ...
... the gate so we could go swim in it, directly below the town square. The first half of the ride was pretty cruisey but the last 5k's dragged a bit but it was all completely worth it! The day after we went up to a place called Rio Lagartos, about 2 hours north of Valladolid where we were told we would get to see Flamingos in the wild. We managed to navigate the 2 buses to get us there and sure enough after a boat ride up a ...
... other half of the Mayakoba were beach front villas, but I preferred the lagoon. It was special. It was different. It was truly exotic. We headed straight to the pool for yes, more tequila drinks, photo shoots and lunch but not before Sue took 50 more shots of the hotel room before we ruined it with our luggage. Paul orders a heavy lobster pasta in the oppressive heat. I couldn't fathom it. But honestly, it was the best purchase of the trip. Apparently ...