Pueblito Luxury Condohotel
Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen
Woke up with no hangover (my liver is definitely handling drinks way too well...). We had decided to splash out on the private transportation to Chichen Itza / Playa del Carmen so we got a nice bus for our last transfer. First stop was Chichen Itza (chicken pizza as Ernesto says...), wow whole different world, much more touristy than the previous ruins we had visited and pretty much full of cheesy American tourists. We got ...
... forth. And 3 of the sharks started following us. That bit was a tad scary... But we survived the decompression stop and the first thing Llew asked me when we got to the surface was if I noticed that one of the 3 other divers with us had a nosebleed and that it had been seeping out of his mask??? No I did not. But we got on the boat and felt pretty exhilarated and glad we saw some action as the first dive had been pretty uneventful. Disclaimer: (mainly to our mums), no one has ever ...
... his uniform had to jump in to help them, then they pulled a boat around and got the 2 ladies in trouble out, it was their own silly fault for being out too deep when you can't swim properly, but no body drowned and it gave us all something to watch for 5 minutes. I took a few walks on the beach to try to find the cheapest jet ski hire and also to get money from an ATM. We had a few beers throughout the day from the beach club and we ...
... golf carts every five minutes that pick you up and whisk you off to one of the five pools, the light green water of the Caribbean, or the giant welcome center.
I don't really know why the resort calls itself eco-friendly. There isn't much in the way of "green" initiatives, no solar (even though it's sunnier than Kauai), no real recycling that I can see.
But it is literally green -- green trees, green river running through the property, even ...
... good bottle of French cabernet sauvignon to send us sleepily off on a wander around the pools before we crawl into bed. If the food continues in this vein then it'll be thumbs up for the all-inclusive experience. Let's hope our fellow guests don't prove themselves to be the flies in the ointment. We have suspicions they may not be quite as agreeable as the food. Suspicions that prove correct a couple of days later as towel-gate and the battle of the wristbands ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center