Magic Blue Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Onto the bus for 4hrs to the Agua Azul (water falls) a fall 7kms long but the first section is spectacular. The higher you go it is only soft rapids. Local sellers are set up along the way so you have to continually say no gracious.
Had a very nice lunch here of grilled telapia caught in the river.
then onto the next water fall Misha-ha. Not as long but still spectacular. ...
Day we got up at 7 and got ready for the day. We had breakfast at the jade cafe across the road and then walked to the shops to get money out. We went to the Palenque Mayan ruins and it was incredible. So much better than Chichen Itza in my opinion. The weather was better for exploring as well. We learnt so much about what each part of the Ruin was used for and saw recreations etc. ash and I bought heaps of souvenirs and laughed the whole time while ...
... needed, we headed to a gorgeous restaurant situated beside a local cenote. Beautiful food, great service and a beautiful bottle of bubbles later had us off to a bar to sit out the torrential downpour that began en route. Initially being the only inhabitants of the shot bar, (that had the owner racing out for a carton of beer just for us - being a 'shot' bar, there was no beer in sight), our natural ...
... for us throughout the trip and we had no issues with the room.
The grounds were gorgeous with birds, coaties, clean water. Drinks were a little watered down but tasty. Pool games were entertaining. We had a taco snack and ice-cream in the "mall" area, both were very good. Did not bring enough $1 for tipping.
Today we visited the ruins at Tulum and Coba. Not as impressive as Chichen Itza but interesting nonetheless. Graham climbed the pyramid at Coba but there was no way I was going up there. The steps were incredibly steep and uneven so I was cringing watching all the people coming down, waiting for one of them to ...