Hotel Hacienda Agua Azul
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Handily enough the cart was next to the stop for colectivos (like a minibus taxi with everyone going in the same direction and paying their own fare) departing towards Tulum. Following another local tip we got, we took a minibus to Paamul. We were dropped off on the main highway about 15min out of town from where it was an easy walk down to the beach on a dirt road. It is a gated beach area, but there is no fee to enter. The only ...
... is one of the restaurants included in our package. It was pretty good. It started to rain during dinner so we had to hide under a huge umbrella at our favorite beach bar after dinner.
So far we are really enjoying our time here in Playa Del Carmen.
******There will be turtle pictures added later. They are on a CD and this little computer I brought along does not have a CD drive in it so I will have to add those when we get home.
... food. They were about the size of Jimmy in their body, but of course their legs were shorter and they had no tails. I was particularly taken by them... And you can see why they would be eaten, there is a fair bit of meat on their bodies! After we left the park we found a walkway though the jungle, it is part of some Mayan archeology and contained an old city wall which had protected the area and a ruin. And, it bought us out on the beach which was just ...
Well hello everyone, sorry it has taken me so long to update my blog. The last few days have been filled with activities and a combination of bad internet connections. So I am finally getting around to updating my blog.
After getting to Playa del Carmen the weather was very decent and nice. The next three days it decided to rain off and on but I still managed to make the best of it. The first night I met an Australian fella named Ryan, ...
... On this dive I saw a huge green moray eel swim out of his cave and right round us. He was very curious and came extremely close. There were also a number of super-sized lobsters doing salsa outside their hidey-holes which was fantastic. After a good day out I got back to Playa del Carmen exhausted.
My next two dives that I had planned were in the ceynotes (sinkholes). Mexico has a number of cave and cavern systems and I had heard about these dives and ...