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... The humidity was almost 100%, so the sun ...
... so overwhelmed that I didn't even think to take pictures, although I wouldn't want to look too much like a silly tourist anyway. Looking back at it, I'm just so baffled at how people can actually rationalize staying at a place like that. So much wealth and unnecessary extravagances all while being served by people that potentially have nothing. It's disgusting and scary all at the same time.
After going through a few hands, we eventually met ...
... Mandala, the older crowd went to bed after 5 and the rest around 6.
It was a fun night!
Los Aguachiles at 18th street between 5ta and 10 avenue is a great place for lunch, I rated it with a 10!
Excellent food and good prices.
El 10 at 5th Avenue and calle 30 has good steaks and very reasonable prices. I rated it with an 8!
... of $4 (NZ) for an hour long journey, definitely the best way to get around. The Tulum ruins are right by the beach, and is the highest point on the peninsula. It really was a beautiful area. On our last day in Playa del Carmen we signed up for a day trip to Chichen Itza, Mayan ruins that have recently been named one of the modern wonders of the world. It was a very long bus trip due to lots of delays - it is referred to here as 'Mexican time' - 10 minutes is probably ...
... the main tourist and shopping street in Playa, looking for shoes and clothes. Then we took a taxi to a nearby shopping mall, Plaza Las Americas. We went to the movies (Thor 2, Ibens choice).
In the evening, Iben went back to Sandra as today, I wished for a quiet day alone. I haven't had one of those in some time now. I'm spending it writing blog posts and sorting through photos. Also, the company has started a ...
Other places to stay in Playa del Carmen
1a. Av. Norte y Calle 30 Nte., Playa del Carmen | 3 star lodgefrom $109