Hotel Riu Playacar
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... into her. She got us all set up with our ferry tickets, there and back, explained what we would be doing, and walked us to the waiting area for the boat. We didn't have to wait long, maybe 10 minutes, and then boarded the, deceivingly large, ferry. The trip lasted about 30 minutes, but that wasn't enough to prepare us for what was to come.
Stepping off the ferry, we immediately realized how much more crowded it was in Playa del Carmen ...
... where Sabri crashed and Cristy went to bed early for scuba diving tomorrow.
Huesos y Luisa went out to enjoy the nightlife and the rest of us to bed.
Sr Frogs, very slow service but nice beach, second time here and we actually have never asked anything else than appetizers but they are good and filling: ceviche, nachos, guacamole. I rate this place with an 7! ...
... treat myself to an island manicure and pedicure. Little did I know that the gorgeous girl who did my nails would take over two hours to do them. The longest nail session ever, but it was island time where things were just slow. She was so divine and shared so much with me about the life of being a local. The Island was a grand total of 8 kms long and 1.6 kms wide, so nowhere was too far. I strolled back to our hut to find Braden and Stu ready to have dinner and drinks with ...
... best-preserved coastal Maya sites. Tulum is today a popular site for tourists.
There are three major structures of interest at the Tulum site. El Castillo, the Temple of the Frescoes, and the Temple of the Descending God are the three most famous buildings. Among the more spectacular buildings here is the Temple of ...
... to escort us out of the aviary several times. A very protective mother bird! Also in the aviary were a couple of toucan, once smaller than the other. What a stunning bird, their plumage and beak are really something to behold, but for some reason I thought they would be bigger. Aside from the toucan, the most exciting thing about the park were the capybara who were totally cute and found in quite a few places in the park just wandering about ...