Hotel Playa del Karma
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... there. Didn’t have accommodation there either, but what the heck. I was a bit ****** and I didn’t really care about what would happen. I had also send out a few couchsurfing requests to people in Caye Caulker, Belize City and Chetumal, but to no avail. Everyone was either “fully booked” (full house with other couchsurfers), or unavailable.
I left Starbucks for a few minutes to go a few blocks to the bus terminal to buy a ticket for the bus in ...
... fries (trying to get her to gain some weight and she likes them). Back at the nearby grocery stores, we bought some more pop tarts. When leaving, I managed to scrape the front fender of the car on an oddly placed pole in the parking garage. Luckily it mostly hit a rubber protector, but still it's going to take some effort to avoid the rental ...
So we ventured onto the ship to our ocean view cabin. We had quite the blast. We snuck on about a gallon of liquor that we managed to finish. I also had a drink package that allowed me unlimited beer. Got way worth than my money's worth with that one. We averaged between John and I about 13 beers a day. Pwned.
Our dinner table crew had about as much personality as a cardboard box (if you combined all 6 of them). We stuck with ...
Breakfast came out our room fridge this morning, the jet lag was wearing off and we needed to be at the dive shop for 8:30am. William, with 17 years diving experience in the Yucatan was our driver and guide today. He was taking us to two cenotes, again just south of Playa and surprisingly close to the main highway.
At first glance Jardin del Eden (Eden Garden) Cenote just looked like a big swimming pool with beautiful green water. The pool was full ...
... On Wednesday we booked an excursion to go snorkel with turtles and to visit the Cenotes. A Cenote is a natural pit or sinkhole resulting from the collapse of limestone bedrock that exposes groundwater underneath. Cenotes are especially associated with the Yucatan Penniinsula of Mexico. They were considered sacred ground by the ancient Mayans.
We visited 3 Cenotes at a location called Chikin Ha which is Mayan for West Waters. We were able ...