Maya del Carmen
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... back to Playa Del Carmen, I slept almost the whole bus trip! I went out for dinner at the La Cueva del Chango in Del Carmen which is a nice Mexican restaurant, it was absolutely scrumptious, fantastic Mexican flavours throughout every dish, I would definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to get a taste of native Mexican flavours, way better then any Mexican I've ever had! We then went back to our hotel room to get some sleep
... and the last one left in it's original splendor. At the top is a chamber specifically designed without a wall on one side only, where the priests and royalty would address the people, the acoustics of the chamber allowing their voices to be amplified for miles. The four diagonal edges of the pyramid were carved with a snake motif which, in the constantly changing sunlight, creates the illusion of the snake slithering up to the top point, contributing to the ...
... just enough time for only a couple of new release movies and food service. The English drank the plane out of gin before Maria even had time to dream of the cold gin and tonic.
Cancun airport has had a major upgrade since David's last visit and getting through the arrival formalities at the airport was a piece of cake. Before we knew it we were sitting on a bus to Playa Del Carmen. An hour ...
... for eagle rays and seahorses, but didn't find any unfortunately. Another awesome dive. Overall it was great, but if we went to Cozumel again we would definitely stay at a resort and do the all inclusive package- 7 nights at the Fiesta Americana and 5 two tank dives for US$1035. This is so we could do all the cool dives they have to offer. We caught the ferry back and got some street quesadillas for dinner M$60 peso including a coke!). Tomorrow we are going to ...
... and processes differ slightly according to country. Needless to say it wasn't an overly exciting afternoon and by 7pm we were definitely ready to go home. Tuesday afternoon was much the same and then we finally got to start the volunteer project on Wednesday. We went to the Save the Children Ludoteca (toy library) on Wednesday afternoon to be greeted by 47 children bursting with energy and enthusiasm. The Ludoteca is a child care ...