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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... catching up on sleep and still recovering from my food poisoning.
the next day I headed into the town, which is essentially just one long street that everyone goes to with shops, bars, restaurants and whatnot. I went down to the shore, grabbed a lounge chair from a bar and promptly fell asleep. I spent the day lounging and had a snack before booking a tour and heading back to the hostel.
this morning it was time to go on my tour to the Coba ruins, a large ...
Playa del Carmen is on the Caribean Sea and is a playground for visitors from USA and Europe Many beautiful people, mostly young. Prices to match, mostly quoted in US Dollars (@ an unfavourable rate. Quite happy to change prices to pesos. Prices reasonable in the back streets were the locals buy. Huge pedestrianised street called 5th Avenue with prices to match, brand name shops.
Lovely sandy beach, ...
... in such a tight space with nothing but scuba equipment. In several locations Klaus showed us the significantly visible halocline, which is the separation between salt water and fresh water. The video shows just how mind blowing it really was. You could feel your brain trying to figure out what the hell was going on, because it seemed as if you were surfacing water, yet we were 20 metres deep. I failed to get a decent photograph of the dinosaur fossils (huge claws that ...
... and right at 4 pm a taxi sped up the pier to drop off one final passenger. I am very surprised they waited as usually when it is time to go, they go. Then off to Molecular Bar for another one of those fantastic cocktails.
Some friends and I decided this night we would go to the Lawn Club Grill, where you come volunteer to help cook alongside one of the chefs. Was the food good? Yes. But 40 dollars ...
... watched the 'Flight 666' documentary of Maiden's 2008 world tour. They're fascinated to find out my first visit to Mexico was on that very tour, along with Costa Rica, Colombia and Brazil. As avid travellers themselves, and no strangers to rock'n'roll touring, we could chat for ages but Coman and I need to catch the 5pm ferry back to the mainland so say our goodbyes, jump in the Beetle and head up the eastern coast of the island, exposed to the wilder seas ...