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Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen
... chilled out, but still is a bit annoying, a lot of ATMs only give out American money and shops have their prices in American dollars, I just don't get why? We are in Mexico! They use pesos, not USD! Don't cater to Americans, just because they are to stupid to use another currency, use your own currency pesos and let them deal with it. We got very annoyed, almost walked the entire strip looking for an ATM giving out pesos, the ones we did ...
... dark side of the cave out to the light I was inspired by the fact that after 15 years of diving I could still discover a whole new world. We floated through the maze of formations making sure that buoyancy was perfect so as not to break anything. After 43 mins I came up speechless.
Chino packed me and the gear up and off we drove to the second cave Dos Ojos. This cavern is only 8m deep and is much more about swimming through different formations which ...
The one advantage of having the Americans in town was that there was a Starbucks. So we duly sat down in an air conditioned glass house whilst the sun baked the living lobsters lounging on the beach and relaxed talking about dreams and possibilities. It’s great to have time to relate.
Lesson of the day: You really do not have to put up with things that you don’t like.
Book of the day: How to Beat the Americans at Their Own Game by Ivor ...
... surfing buddy Omar. I would never had know about either of these 2 parties. We stayed there as long as long as our legs and tired eyes would let us! Unbelievable New years Eve, never in a million years would I ever expected it to be this awesome.
Now, I'd previously been in contact with a guy called Marc who put an ad on the Lonely Planet Thorn tree stating that he was traveling Central and South America the same time as me, so I ...
... my belief, it sums up contemporary Mexican life pretty well.
Mexico has always been an attractive tourist destination, but not until recently has there been great visible growth shown in the Yucatan Peninsula. For sure, Mexico is still a third world country but there's great wealth seen here (just discount the drug scene in the far north for a moment) and the people are gaining greater independence and pride for their culture. Playa del Carmen just a little over ...
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