Posada del Sol
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the lady we had contacted by email about renting the condo, so we nodded in agreement with her and simply said "si". This was sufficient for the lady to take us up to the condo, give us the keys and a very brief tour in Spanish. Some things were obvious, such as 'this is the bedroom' and 'this is the kitchen'. Everything else she said washed over us. She seemed to realise that we didn't understand Spanish, and she didn't speak English. So left us with the keys ...
... for Declan. After Uncle Don left, we were looking ahead to our next 4 days and realized that we needed to give Declan some kid time and some real play time. Not many playgrounds around here (as in none) but there are theme parks galore. Xplor, Xel-Ha, Xcaret, Dolphinarium, Jungla Maya. There's even an sit-down permanent Cirque de Soleil show not 40 minutes up the road. Which one to go to? Well, Cirque doesn't take kids under 5. Out. Xplor doesn't take kids under 5. Out. Xel-Ha ...
... you pay! Had some drinks with the other people and played some beer pong myself and Chelsea won which was awesome :) Headed out to a nightclub which cost us $100 PESO ($8!!!) for all you can drink, table service and everything :) it was a fabulous night lots of tequila maybe too much but was good times!! First full day in Cancun and we headed to the hotel district and sat on a beach, blue water the waves where crazy big but went swimming none the less! The beach was stunning ...
... Amazing amazing ahhhh-mazing scenery!
Anyone can visit most of the different Cenotes. They are privately owned, so the entrance fee (which varies) go to the owners. You can self drive, take a taxi or collectivo (mini van). It's only if you are diving that you need a guide, otherwise you can come and snorkel, have a swim, eat a picnic, all at your leisure. I highly recommend a Cenote visit when you come to Mexico - it is extremely memorable - it got me ...
... and it is hot hot hot. We try and find shade where we can but we are already dripping in sweat after 5 mins. We were offered to ride the "train" to the entrance for 20 pesos each. On our way in we see what the "train" looks like - it is a tractor pulling some brightly coloured carriages. We had a laugh as the "train" passed us by.
The Tulum ruins doesn't boast to be the best ruins you will see. And to be fair, Tikal beats it any day. But that didn't stop me ...