Villas Paraiso del Mar
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... the odd splash of water coming over the sides. It only took twenty minutes and from the jetty we took a taxi. There are virtually no cars on the island and the taxis are yellow golf carts. We trundled along slowly to our hotel. The streets are all sand. There are no pavements, no tarmac, just sand. People are bare foot or in flip flops. Our hotel - Casa Blat Ha - was set slightly back from the sea. It advertises itself as an Eco hotel and reminded me of the Swiss ...
Back where this blog started, on my British Airways flight one year on, and this year has been nothing short of incredible. I'm not really sure where to begin, for once in my life I am truly lost for words. First things first, I have been so lucky this year, and I will always be grateful and remember that it wouldn't have been possible without the people close to me at home and all of the incredible people that I have met on the ...
... lifestyle). We then headed to bird island to take a rest and marvel…we saw flamingos, pelicans, cranes, seagulls, and other random little fellas. We even saw a couple of sea turtles mating in the ocean. After that, we headed back to land to make fresh fish tacos and let our stomachs settle from a day bobbing around in the Gulf of Mexico.
We've spent the last day and a half in Playa del Carmen, celebrating Marshas birthday ...
... island is all true- roads of white sand, no cars (only golf carts), a friendly community, and a birdwatcher's paradise. On the first night after a dinner of fresh seafood we stopped by the main plaza to watch a Caribbean Culture concert. I imagine a good percentage of the population of the island was in attendance! First there was an entertaining group from Haiti that put on quite a show with their 10 members and dancers. Next was ...
... being told by Tribu that there were no other suitable hostels on the island in comparison to their's!). We found a room at Casa Maya and although basic was perfectly fine for an overnight stay.
After we'd checked in and settled in, we decided to venture into the town to see what was on offer. The town was small and set around a main square with restaurants and bars lining it. We decided to check out a rooftop bar, which of course ...