Travel Blogs from Cancun
Some years back Redbull organised a cliff diving competition in this very cenote and built a platform 20m above the surface. Those guys would have to have some serious balls to jump from that height.
The water was definitely refreshing on the ...
... I found the eyeballs before
eating them. We suffered no ill effects.
The buses are cheap and the way to get
around – BUT – they drive like maniacs. The traffic is
incredible, and there are hardly any pedestrian cross walks so it's a
game of frogger crossing the roads. The game of punch buggy could
result in a very sore arm – they are everywhere.
... portion of boiled new potatoes, coleslaw and a drink all for £5. We watched Enders game in 4dx which is like watching a film in a simulator. The seats move and other effects are caused by using lights and fans. It wasn't a brilliant film, I would rather have watched The Whitehouse Butler but I was outvoted. Thursday Mark and Efrosini left early this morning to get the coach to Chichen Itza to see the Mayan ruins. It's a six ...
Many are probably wondering where I
have been since I left Mexico. I was under the impression (since I
was going to a 5 star hotel) that I would have great access to the
internet and would be able to remain in touch all through my trip. So
it turned out that my wifi situation has been continually
deteriorating. It went from unreliable, to hard to get to ...
... We visited other hotels in the area, like Oasis and ME Cancun! We had a delicious lunch @ The Beach House restaurant located at ME. The food & service were superb!!
There is a lot of shopping to be done in Cancun as well! Luckily, the Hyatt was located right around the corner from everything ...