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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Microwave in room
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... watching the thousands of bubbles that that group set free below.
The second dive was at Tajma-Ha. A nice but very different centote. It was dark and on one point you could see a huge hole in the cavern that lead directly into the jungle. A lot of trees fell down into this hole what makes it very spectacular.
We also saw a lot of fossils and some huge stalactites and stalagmites formations. It was a very nice cenote to finish our cenote adventures...
People always talk about that hole in the wall with the best meal they ever had. Well, we had one of those meals. We had picked Rachel up at the airport - driving the hour and 20 minutes up from Tulum to the airport. Afterwards, we were determined to get a chip for our iPad since we didn't feel like getting ripped off by the Mexican roaming charges. Not sure why Canada, Mexico and the ...
At 5:30 like zombies we moved down to the entrance to board the van for the tour. Luis form Phantom Divers was ready for us, some of us tried to sleep during the transfer from Playa del Carmen to Cancun but I guess few manage to do it.
We arrived at Dreams Delphinus a property that is been demolished but that still has at the beach a small hut and pier from where Solo Buceo operates. There we met our 2 guides and the captain of the assigned boat.
We started our ...
Early rise this morning after a brilliant sleep - I finally felt normal again so decided to take on breakfast with storm. Dan went for his usual mixture of doughnuts, cheese, ham, jam, bacon and an omelet. We had agreed to go on one of those "We're definitely not a time share" time share talks in exchange for 50 dollars as we are cheap and we got a free brunch with it. We had a very eager Italian chap show us around the platinum suites with play stations, Nintendo ...
... of $4 (NZ) for an hour long journey, definitely the best way to get around. The Tulum ruins are right by the beach, and is the highest point on the peninsula. It really was a beautiful area. On our last day in Playa del Carmen we signed up for a day trip to Chichen Itza, Mayan ruins that have recently been named one of the modern wonders of the world. It was a very long bus trip due to lots of delays - it is referred to here as 'Mexican time' - 10 minutes is probably ...