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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we booked our flight to Mexico City for tomorrow, so it was definitely our last day in Tulum.
As it was a beautiful day it was for clear that we spend some hours at the beach. With Dani we went for a delicious lunch at Al Bacaro where we met Viola at work.
Their home made pasta are so good! On the today's menu they offered Linguine al sugo di pesce! Fantastic!!! The place is also very nice. It is covered by a wooden roof but you ...
... draw card of Tulum is the spectacular ocean side ruins. They only cost around $5 to enter, but Scott mentioned to us that it would be fairly straight forward to break in. From the main swimming beach in Tulum, one simply had to swim around a rocky outcrop for about 15 minutes, then you found yourself washed up on the shore of the ruins, where no guards kept a lookout. It seemed like a much more adventurous way to see the ruins, so we decided to give it a go. The swimming ...
... Rafael go first as he has been having some issues with this crossing before, but all good. We had to fill in the entry card then present it for stamping. Then the next step was to put all our bags through the scanner and wait for the bus to be searched then we were free to go. We cleared the Mexican border crossing at 4:45. We arrived in Chetumal at 5. We had dinner of quesadillas (delicious) across from the ADO station while we waited for our bus. ...
... known as the gateway to heaven, unfortunately on that day the wind was up so the waters were choppy so the final lagoon was not smooth and clear and looking heavenly. Not to worry. We went in the boat across this last lagoon and turned the engine off and floated to watch manatee surface, we saw several before making our way down the last natural canal to the sea. The Caribbean coast was beautiful, everyone got out of the boat, had a wander along the sand, watched ...
... tourists, they are to send them to the onsite bank which is about 20m across the road. We see people in front of us paying cash and the cops giving change in Belizian dollars from his own wallet. We are still in a Mexico! They tell us they don't do receipts and we have to go to the banks for a receipt. We do. They don't smile when they aren't getting the cash themselves. The bank can't shed any light on the issue as to why we couldn't pay at the exact same bank ...