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- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
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... friends, we made our way back too the room. This is where things get a bit strange... When we got in, Billy decided he wanted a nap and I decided to get in the bath. While I was in the bath, there was a knock at the door and I said to Billy, "Don't open the door too wide as I'm in the bath". Completely ignoring this, Billy slams the door open wide saying "Hola amigo!" (hello friend). Beaming, he lets this Mexican man into the room, and I dive to the bottom of ...
... guard in our possibilities.
On the 77-km trip (48 mi) from Cancun to Xcaret, we passed Puerto Morelos and Playa del Carmen. It would be another 53 km (38 mi) to Tulum.
The visit at Xcaret eco-archaeological Park was a journey through Mexico, a charming tour of traditions and nature. We enjoyed an unforgettable experience that included entertainment, exquisite food and the joy of a country that welcomed us with ...
... A beautiful crater lake surrounded by thick bushland hills, we kayaked and seabiscuited the afternoon away in water almost hot to the touch, before boarding two chicken buses bound for Granada. For those not in the know, chicken buses are 60's style US school buses decommissioned to central america for further use there. Our bags were piled on top and fellow Aussie Steve and I literally hung off the back rail with the door wide open, shooting down the freeway at 80km ...
... arrive back at the hostel, we leave Purto and walk all round town trying to find a pair for her. Last place we look is the supermarket on the corner who actually stocked her size for a cheap pair. Dinner is better tonight and we start to hit the drinks with Curtis, Colin, another Canadian Karman and couple other Aussies. Drinking games for a few hours packed full ...
... and ordered a coconut martini (70 pesos) and the Fisherman's Plate (269 pesos).
The coconut martini was nice - cool and refreshing. Tasted like it was made with coconut cream, not milk. Not sure how much alcohol was in it as the Mezcal had basically destroyed my sense of taste.
They bought out a cone of corn chips first with three different dips - mild (green tomato), medium (red chili) and hot (habanero). I made the mistake of trying the hot one first ...