Hotel Los Arrecifes
Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen
... was outside and he agreed to take most of us who wanted to go to the amazingly located Maya / Toltec ruins of Tul˙m at the same price as the local colectivo (mini van that leaves when it is full) of 40 pesos / NZ $ 3.70 / US $ 3.10 each.
The ride brought us to the entrance and it was already getting hot but the ...
So it seems the posts are coming to once a week now unfortunately. Due to uncooperative internet connections, lots of sleep, and general laziness. Besides, some days I really don't do much other than practice guitar and swim. Yet this week has still managed to be fairly eventful. On Saturday, Eri and Klaus took me to a cenote again, but this time, we got to dive into the underwater caves! It was a very interesting experience, to see the formations of stalactites and ...
... 8217;un so I happily helped her out.
Wenesday was rain day so I took the
opportunity to take her to my favourite place to eat for breakfast, lunch and
dinner. Gorditas. Even just writing about it now makes me crave them… mmm.
Michelle enjoyed them but she didn’t understand why she was eating it for
breakfast haha. Due to the rain we also took her to enjoy the experience of
Cinepolis VIP. The reclining sofas, ...
... has been constructed upon which are six tables for two, intimately spaced, looking out to sea (and the ferries to Cozumel!) and around which flaming torches are lit to complement the candles shimmering on the tables. The ambience is enhanced by the crashing of the waves, the twinling of the stars and the trampolining of the children next door at Senor Frogs, an all-you-can-drink style bar for 18-30 clubbers and their bouncing offspring. But despite the enormous yellow ferries ...
... proud to be British that day) that was pretty much our routine for the whole time in Carmen.
On our final day we decided to check out the shops in case there was anything else of interest we'd missed (unlikely as we'd been in them several times over) and upon our return to the hostel, we realised that my locker had been broken into (nothing had been taken luckily). I reported it to the hostel but the girl on the desk said she didn't understand ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking