Magic Blue Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... lagoon and see an alligator before cruising further. We make our way to the bottom end of the island before the wind picks up and the sun goes hiding behind clouds. We picked the pace up around the long straights before the rain starts to set in. It's like pins and needles attacking our bare skin and I'm absolutely freezing. Leesh has wrapped herself in the towels but I can just about hear the chattering of her teeth and I'm no warmer. We finally get around ...
... dropped off completely. We put on our snorkel masks and slowly swam farther into the cavern. We could see the small catfish below us swimming around and the large stalactites overhead with tiny bats flying from here to there.
We swam around in the cave exploring different areas. Watching the catfish and with me making sure no sharks surprised me. Bryce kept bugging me that a shark somehow had gotten in the cave and was going to get me. I have an extreme and ...
... our first apartment, which at first look, seemed to meet all the requirements, except.... (there is always an except). The day we arrived in Playa from our 38 hours journey from Las Vegas, overnight Atlanta, 6 suitcases, and our dog Cassis, we opened the door to the apartment. It was as if a hurricane had landed smack dab in the middle. Everything was in disarray, remnants of some serious partying, dirty linens etc.etc.IT was ...
... We waited on the tarmac for 20 minutes or so. Going through security and customs was great, didn't get stopped at all. When we got our bags and were waiting for everyone else to get theirs, Crystal suggested we take Bob and go through, and find the bus we are to be on. The bus ended up being 1/3 full when it left, as it only had 3 stops to make. We were the second one. Bought some beer on the bus, and was feeling good for ...
Caught 3 connecting subway lines then a quick bus to arrive at the San Angel zocalo. As it was Saturday the San Angel art markets were on full display in the beautiful floral gardens. Quite expensive pieces of art, which makes sense as this is a very wealthy area. There was a strong Spanish influence with the architecture. Most essential properties were in large compounds, where you couldn't see the full property from the street. ...