Magic Blue Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Magic Blue Hotel Playa del Carmen
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... scary. I immediately turned back and figured I can find my sister somewhere, and head back to our room.
When I got back to the path, group #2 was there waiting for me. They said that the first group had gone towards the pool. We headed there, and sure enough, in it they were.
We waited for them to get out (or rather, get kicked out), and it didn't take long until that happened. We headed out of the pool area, and this time I led the way, with ...
... like vegetation which muffles the loud party sounds coming from the big pools. It's a quiet and beautiful oasis where people go to relax, enjoy the sun and soak in the pool peacefully. No loud parties, nowater sport games, no Spaniards. I stay for three hours or so, switching between laying in the sun reading my book, cooling down in the pool, or watch with amusement the iguanas walk around us. This time I only brought my book and sunscreen (so i can go in the pool ...
... pots with holes on the seabed with plants growing off them and lots of fish swimming around and in and out of them. By the looks of it they were put there a while ago for plants to grown in to sustain the fish population for the snorkelers to see. At one point I saw a Mexican swimming around various groups and he had a ton of fish following him swimming all around him, like he was catnip for fish, he swam over to Bobbie and I bringing the swarm of ...
... done a sailing course before so of course i knew what i was doing! Beyers has just made it back from his second massage, I have been here by the pool listing to the very varied music of hard core dance to Hispanic guitar music. I have just semi watched the pool side fashion show and am now looking forward to a light lunch and some afternoon parasailing. This is one thing I have always wanted to do so with 2 days left today is the day!
We took a walk along the beach in search ...
... even in the most touristic places (the exception being Chichen Itza). The known phrase 'mi casa es tu casa' is not a myth, Mexicans are extremely welcoming ( as well as very proud of their country and culture) and we were very lucky to be hosted by the Cruz Murieta family to whom we are very grateful. Finally, Mexico offers a really nice range of things to do from old ruins to gorgeous beaches, as well as cute cities and beautiful art and handicraft, all of this at a very reasonable ...