Villas Santa Fe

F2, Fraccionamiento , Playa del Carmen, Riviera Maya, Yucatan Peninsula, 77710, Mexico | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen

Day 24 (Trip 2, Day 15) - Tulum, Coco Bongo

A travel blog entry by jonoscott


... were there probably over a couple of thousand people there, and we were only there a couple of hours, you do the math.

Swimming and then lunch was involved after the ruins, probably about 4 or so hours and each time our driver just patiently waited. Sabrina did ask him if he wanted to join us, but no, he was just happy to wait. What a guy, in the end we all tipped him pretty well.

Back just in time to get changed and ready for dinner followed by Coco ...

First day of work

A travel blog entry by johandahlberg

... their service areas needing help to find things out or fix stuff.

The GOL office is shared with our resort admin Minna (who I know from Rhodes - a lovely lady!), our manager Ida and the destination manager, Sofia. We had a lot of fun and I can tell that there will be a great spirit in this office all season.

I ended the day with a night out. Iben came at the right time, as this week is the last week that a lot of people are off on the same ...

Day 27

A travel blog entry by timbman


... and the main pyramid which has exactly 364 steps (for days in the year), on the solstice the sun shines/shadows perfectly to form a pyramid with a beam of light which ends at a snake head (symbol for life). It also has weird sound reflects nice. A loud noise would be reflected louder - when you clap a noise comes back which sounds like a bullet ricochet (the noise it makes in the movies). It all has been restored (still going) otherwise it would look a ...

Hungover Xcaret

A travel blog entry by alexkennewell1


... a tactical sleep on the sand under a table! Not our finest hour, but the evening show was brilliant, displaying the surrounding Yucatan history across the ages. We got the mini bus back to Hostel Rio and were far too shattered to move onto Belize. A few beers with Paul then ...

Searching for fruit in a concrete jungle

A travel blog entry by findscore


... bananas (harder than we expected to find fruit here!), and relaxed by the numerous lakes, monuments, and wooded areas. Chapultepec is the largest park in the western hemisphere and has its roots in the Aztec Empire as a retreat for rulers (thanks, Wikipedia).

I’m keeping these entries short and sweet, so I stay on top of them! Pics to come later today...must find USB cord for the ...


This hotel, located on F2, Fraccionamiento , Playa del Carmen, is near Alameda Central, Acapulco Botanical Garden (Jardin Botanico de Acapulco), Tlapanochestli, and Hospital de Jesús Nazareno.
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