Villas Sacbe Condo Hotel and Beach Club
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Wake up, check out, lunch, and off to the airport. A whole day of flying as we have to go via Mexico City to Cancun where we booked Villas Sacbe, a small resort at Playas del Carmen that has some apartments with a small kitchen. We got the name of a good guide from the Internet. We will get in touch with him tomorrow to make arrangements for some …
... the same as the other one. It was all in Espanyol so Pete had intuitively work out which was the language setting, to the amusement of the lad in the shop who could speak some English. A d for the rest of the afternoon we joked about quesadilla-****, which we found pretty entertaining, but coarse humour is always funny. Then back for another quick swim. There was a lovely family of seven children with mum, dad and the grandies at the pool in the afternoon. They were having such ...
... Waterman hi-NRG and is pumping out a sub-Tiffany pile of nonsense, that's questionable. He follows this with instrumental lounge muzak versions of 'Everybody Wants To Rule The World', 'How Deep Is Your Love' and 'I Will Survive' which is possibly not the best backing track to be playing while the chef cooks the main course - the potentially ominous, but hopefully not fatal, Surprise Of The Sea. Coman is not a fan of shellfish so has his own chicken dish brought to him while ...
... people - most of whom were in Playa for a few months to work during the tourist season - an English girl, her Argentine boyfriend, the Mexican barmaid, Tehua, and a few others. As I said, the crowd here was more mature than most hostels, still mid 20s but perhaps it seemed that way because they were living in Playa rather than there for a few days' party.
Eventually, by about 10, James and I grew hungry and popped out for some food. We also decided to take a walk around, ...
... I know that some of this is probably standard in the U.S. but in B.C., which stands for 'big costs' & 'bring cash' these prices are low, low low! I mean it's not out of line to pay $8 or 9 for a chicken and avocados 2/$5.00 is pretty standard. Philly, get it under $3 and you've scored. You get the picture. Don't even get me started on price of produce. But for some reason I just cannot find a jar of pickles here. Do they ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking