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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... Concha, trying to get my orientation back. I wandered and wandered some mnore and finally after anther 20 minutes or so I was a familiar puddle, yes puddle (that Lukas had noticed) the day before and from there I was able to find my way. Phew......I may not have executed this walk as planned successfully, and my arms were tired but getting lost made for an interesting adventure on the streets of Cozumel.
IronMan Triathlon; ...
... tape. The lines were long and very slow, I left Bobbie to buy the tape and went and got 2 boxes and got our bags from the less than safe lockers. After about 15 minutes wait Bobbie finally came out a little crabby from the Walmart check out being slow and the people in front of her being a pain for everyone and paying in USD not pesos. It was still pouring outside so we jumped in another taxi which took us to the post office. The post office ...
Up and at 'em. I've been rebooked on Qantas, life is good, for a long flight like Melbourne to L.A, Qantas is ideal, more expensive than the United flight I'd booked on, who hasn't got a United Airlines story of frustration and woe, the cattle herding hostess, the questionable details. So I'm feeling pretty damn lucky to be on Qantas, at United prices. There's been some kind of accident on the freeway and now all entrances to the airport are backed up, big ...
... shines through the water, and the roots of trees creep through from above. It’s a completely different world.
The second dive is at cenote Kukulkan and the difference here is the abundance of stalactites/mites .. they’re affixed to cavern ceilings and floors and rocks angled at all degrees. It’s like swimming through the jaws of Tyrannosaurus. We surface mid-dive to a tightly enclosed cavern that’s fed air by a few natural ventilation shafts. ...
... much vocabulary I had forgotten - at one point I even had to stop to remember 'bonbon'! It was good for my French though and has convinced me to make much more of an effort when I'm back in Europe. Practising French did however have the downside of immediately pushing every Spanish word I'd learned over the previous two weeks out of my brain! The next day I gladly headed out of Mexico city for one night to the city of Poza Rica. I did very little that Sunday, as, after ...