Real Playa del Carmen
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Went to a jewellery store then tequila shop then playa del Carmen to shop
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We went to Tulum and saw the temples then also saw the Tulum beach. Then xel-ha -snorkelled -floated down the river in the tube -went to the Mayan cave -zip lined into the water. Then the city of playa del Carmen where we shopped and hung out there for a couple hours. Then xplor and went on -14 zip lines -went on quad/atv things -went swimming in …
... It really gets on my tits. 6 is the perfect number. Any less and you feel unsatisfied anymore and you feel ashamed of yourself. After the McDonalds we walked the whole beach to see what the place was like. Have to say the amount of lads wearing those tiny Lycra boxer short style swimming trunks on the beach was disturbing. There unbelievably perverted and something you would definitely see Cillian O'Buachalla wearing and then trying to claim that they ...
... Sometimes however, my gadgets do get me in trouble, for instance someone at home rang our doorbell at 4am this morning Caribbean time so my mobile very kindly let me know - why didn't I switch that off before we left?? After re boarding the ship we had some lunch and headed up to the outside deck to enjoy the weather. I think today has probably been one of the hottest days we have had. The open decks were fairly quiet so we took advantage of the pools ...
... t speak good English but turns out i had a lovely tour guide called Amy who spoke fluent English! So that part of the tour would be fabulous for a group of school kids so they could ask questions about things to the tour instructor. I headed out into the ocean and the water felt like a bath, it was so warm and just perfect and the sparkling blue water made it all so perfect, the reef was also so spectacular! so much marine activity around it and so many ...
... village called Yal-Ku, a beautiful maze of natural pools that connected with the sea, and we spent hours just exploring with our snorkels. It was a peaceful haven away from other tourists and an ideal chance to enjoy the wildlife at our own pace.
One last thing we wanted to do before we left Mexico was to swim with whale sharks. The Mexican government has control as to when tourists are allowed to book tours, to give the whale sharks space at the start of ...