Posada Ecologica Dos Ceibas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Dos Ceibas is good for its relaxed ambience, service, well priced rooms and a touch of spirituality.
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... away. We still hadn't paid to stay, and hadn't heard back from Graziella about how to pay as she was travelling to the US on a flight. So our first night there we felt a little bit like squatters! The next day Basilio turned up and knocked on our door. He didn't speak English either, and my poor excuse for Spanish offered no chance of a conversation. What I did get was that he was asking for money. I tried to explain that I didn't have any and would be paying ...
... water rides and snorkeling. The add-on costs alone made me grumpy. So it was Xcaret. I went on the website and was immediately drowned in information -- almost none of it helpful. What are the hours? Can kids under 5 come? Do we need to bring a towel? Zenio was dropped off at 9:00 am and Declan and he immediately went into iPad frenzy. Temple run, Spider man, Marvel Hero game, Plants vs. Zombies 2. We showed Edmonda around our place - still no running water by the way - going on day ...
... called dolphin beach, from downtown to catch the R1 local bus which cost $20 PESO RETURN! And they drop you right out the front! We walked along the beach and went into a resort to have a look around ended up hanging out in the hammocks and swimming in their pool! :) didn't get Introuble too which was a bonus haha :) We got hungry so headed to the Main Street and found FAT TUESDAY! They have delicious slurpee drinks and great service but the items are really expensive ! Our ...
... the Indiana Jones theme song as we walked around. To enter the ruins you even go through a narrow passage way. We should have done commando rolls into them but we are both clumsy so it was probably better that we just walked. What sets the Tulum ruins aside is that it is beach side. It was pretty amazing to be walking around the ruins and to your left was the crystal blue Caribbean sea. The ruins are also home to iguanas. I was very excited when I saw one and I managed ...
... on a stick which was refreshing.
We then set off on our bikes to visit the Tulum ruins, which was the main city centre and place for trading hundreds of years ago. It was extremely hot and there were a lot of tourists around, not really what we were use to as it is pretty quiet & peaceful where we are staying. After a quick look around we headed down the road eventually stopping for a swim at the beach, followed by 2 for 1 margaritas!