Porto Playa Condo Hotel & Beachclub
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... plenty of local eateries.
We spent 3 nights in Playa and stayed at the Hotel Colorado which is about 4 blocks from the beach. We paid 550 pesos a night (AUD$50) which is expensive by our standards but the peak season had meant all the good budget options had been snapped up already and there was barely anything left. As a comparison a shared room in a hostel was ranging from $20 - $30 EACH. So an extra $10 is worth it and sometimes ...
... turbulent landing.
Arriving early felt good when the pilot announced this but our Mexico time on the ground didn't get any longer as we had to sit on the runway for 20 minutes waiting for a gate to be available to pull up to! We could feel the heat outside in the plane--sunny and 29 degrees.
:)Oh well--it gave me this time to write a blurb! It'll get posted when I find ...
... observatory, still stand, a testament to the brilliance of the ancient Mayan civilization. It made me really appreciate sophistication of this society, as every structure was built with such purpose and attention down to the last details: for instance, during the fall and spring equinoxes the sun filters through the Pyramid El Castillo in such a way as to create the visual of a serpent climbing the pyramid. Whether you’re ...
... from paintings to sculptures, clothes to ceramics, coffees to liquers, spices to jewellery, and even one enormous store calling itself the Tequila Museum. Dangerous! In one particular gallery we come across a series of paintings by a Mexican artist called Ricardo Comparo that I can't stop thinking about afterwards and may have to return for later, but reining ourselves in we walk the length of the Avenue and only make one small souvenir purchase as we go. By the time ...
... roaming horses, a well, a swimming pool and the old machine room where they processed the plant into rope. It had lots of original furniture and old pictures on the walls and even a room of Mayan pottery and relics that was found on the land. Another Hacienda even had it's own cenote (underground swimming cave).
We then drove through very small, quiet villages stopping at lots of small ruins along the way and mostly we were the only ones around.
We dropped off ...