- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... so we are blaming that… UPDATE: The go pro has survived and is in full working order! For now anyway.
Other than that, the cenote was good fun.
Where we stayed
The budget opportunities were really thin when we looked at Tulum so we were forced to stay in a hostel, but managed to find a good one called Mango Hostel. It was located on the edge of town but there were some nice eateries around the corner, bike hire, supermarket and ATMs ...
... together manned by 2 chefs with waiters running madly around to ensure that all the guests would be loosended up enough to start dancing when the DJ came on duty around 11:00 p.m. My favorite part of the evening was watching Declan and Zenio and Bella and Sebastion and Alexander all run around on the beach tackling each other and squealing. Because Declan was the smallest, he tended to spend the most time on the ground and Hugo and I kept wincing and ...
... which has all the hotels out the front :) Ventured back to our hostel played heads up and had earlyish night ready to hit the early morning ADO bus to Playa Del Carmen! We booked our hostel "Qunita Playa Hostel" it was average when we arrived nothing special close to the beach though and 5tlh ave which is the Main Street! We headed out to dinner with some friends we made instantly at the hostel and then hit all the nightclubs in playa pretty sure we went to about 5 bars ...
After Isla Mujeres our next stop was in Tulum, a small town on the east coast of the yucatan peninsula. Tulum itself is not very spectacular but has some really nice nice cenotes close by and also some great beaches.
We wandered to the Grand Cenote which is about 3km from Tulum, it was a long walk but well worth it since the snorkeling in the cenote was a really cool thing and something that is unique to the Yucatan Peninsula.
After a night in which both our half blankets had worked hard but weren't sufficient we dragged ourselves out of bed with the lure of our amazing beachside cabana we had booked the previous day. We called for a taxi and headed the 10 mins down the road to our hotel for the next two days. Our little white cabana with a mini terrace sat on sand which covered the whole hotel area that reached the beach. There were little chill out spots along the way like swings instead ...