- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... style="font-family: UICTFontTextStyleBody; font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">The Mexican people are mostly of mixed race and are very friendly and helpful, to be able to speak a little spanish is very helpful, as english is not spoken, if you find someone who spoke english it would be very sparse and difficult to communicate.
... batab, who, with military backing, controlled the society, made up of the nobility, the specialists, and the workers.
Concerning the architecture of Tulum, it has similar characteristics to that of Chichen Itza, although with regional aspects that characterized its “East Coast” style. The buildings are small scale and low in complexity, height and quality. The walls used to be covered with stucco fašades and the modeling of sculptures and ...
... a homestay where we could improve our spanish. By chance, we booked via airbnb with a fantastic family that had put up their studio flat for the first time a few weeks ago with no reviews for us to go by. It was a bargain for a one bedroom flat to ourselves, on the families compound with a lush garden and a pool in Playa del Carmen. Benji and Juanita were excellent hosts, it was like visiting family friends more than anything. Although we had booked for the whole two weeks, ...
... bungalows. It was paradise.
We went out for a beautiful Mexican meal and coronas. I had their world famous fish tacos, they were so fresh and tasty. Dane and Lesley had beef fajitas which came on a sizzling hot plate and you assemble them yourself. Was a fantastic meal. We ended the night with a bottle of wine back at the apartment.
Day 2: We spent the morning visiting the Mayan ruins in Coba. It was too expensive ...
... and said he had seen dozens if turtles however perhaps they were having a holiday the day we went because there were only a couple around. Justin managed to see one and Matisse captured it on his camera which was very cool! We had dinner and drinks with Sian (from Antigua) on our final night and tried to go to a full moon party but refused to pay the 200 pesos entry. We settled for a couple of drinks in a nearby bar instead. Sad to leave Tulum but next stop Isla ...