Hotel Riu Yucatan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Concierge desk
- Room service
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... with one set on a horizontal axis and the other on a vertical axis. The significance of the windows was lost until a few years ago a person who shared an interest in Mayan Culture and sailing determined that a sailing vessel sailing past the site could turn toward the city when a light ( that was set up behind the two windows) was visibly equally from both windows. Thus avoiding the reefs that blocks passage to the city from the sea. There will be many such insights that we ...
... like Playa del Carmen like this.
Breakfast at Starbucks, because believe it or not it was less offensively overpriced than the alternatives. The English-speaking barista, the American couple annoyed that their Amex card wasn't accepted, the tourists outnumbering locals fifty to one... yep, this is a resort town, all right. I resigned myself to the fact that my Mexican travels are essentially over and that I'd be spending a weekend in what ...
... the bats above us in some areas and a girl next to me said, "Oh my god... there are bats in here eeeeee". Haha, I guess she wasn't a fan.
The staff took pictures of every couple and we struck some poses. We got in the water and I was trying to get in fast as the water was sooooo cold. Bryce found it ok. He made a good point that it was definitely warmer then the water in Canada so I dunked myself in. Brrr... slowly I got used to it. We walked along some ramps ...
Bright early start for everyone today at 8.30am - Angelos and I headed to Tank-Ha dive shop and Elina, Dimi and David headed to Playa Scuba for their last day of OP certification. Got to the dive shop - perfect service, great new gear - I begged Angelos to go with them to Cozumel tomorrow! Met the other people on our dives - 2 Israeli guys who had brought most of their gear, intimidating but they were really nice and told me not to worry ...
... and I wasted 200 pesos going back and forth, and am unfortunately stuck in Cozumel now. Of course the only reason I am really here is to dive, and I am doing that tomorrow! The reefs of Cozumel are some of the best in the world to explore, you can read about them in any dive book. So right now the plan is to dive, and if I have to leave Cozumel early, oh well. But I would like to do some couchsurfing now, as I'm tired of paying for hostels. RYAN UPDATE: ...