Palma Xiat Condo - Playa del Carmen
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At 5:30 like zombies we moved down to the entrance to board the van for the tour. Luis form Phantom Divers was ready for us, some of us tried to sleep during the transfer from Playa del Carmen to Cancun but I guess few manage to do it.
We arrived at Dreams Delphinus a property that is been demolished but that still has at the beach a small hut and pier from where Solo Buceo operates. There we met our 2 guides and the captain of the assigned boat.
We started our ...
... session by Lise from Air Transat about Mexico, and advice about the resort and potential outings.
Lots of fun floating around the lazy river.
Good lunch at the BBQ hut by the beach and salads by the pool.
Waterproof bingo by the pool.
Counting lizards (18!) on path to our place.
Your not kidding when you tell us the sun is strong! Nothing wrong with SPF 60 sunscreen!
... roads, and avoiding potholes the size of a California King Bed. We rubbed shoulders with Die-hard scuba divers, hippies (no yuppies yet), campers, backpackers et al. Over the years we dicovered a beautiful island just off the horizon, and so during the 90's our trips focused on Cozumel.At the turn of the century it seems that our travel vision shifted once again and Playa ...
... arm. We visited the Tulum ruins, swam in cenotes and explored Chitzen Itza. The other entertainment add on that we opted for was Coco Bongo, a night club excursion to Playa del Carmen that attracted over 1000 tourists and they had a new show of music acts every 9 minutes. These Mexicans aim to please with something for everyone from Jesus on the cross, to flying midgets, kiss ...
... week so we will have to enjoy the space while we can. During the introduction we were also given an outline of our first week - we knew then that our "chilling" time was going to be put on hold as each day was scheduled from 8am to 9pm...this group is slightly more organised than our volunteering in Utila! It was nice getting to know the GVI crew over the weekend and making the most of beach time before our Monday morning start. Jim and Sian ...