In The Other Direction

The great Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza, among the new Seven the World Wonders, are only a few hours from Cancun on good highways.

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You can stay at a ‘all inclusive’ resort right on the beach in Cancun, take guided tours to the ruins, and drink margaritas by the pool all day. Also, you won’t experience the real Mexico. I would like to ask you something. Why should you venture into downtown Cancun some amount of time to walk around. Many hotels have the costs posted behind the front desk. Essentially, you will have to ask, and don’t expect everyone to speak English here, though they must figure out what you look for, I’d say if not. So, try out the bed. Normally, is it a great idea to look at the room. For example, you find three restaurants kinds in the Mayan Riviera.

Beware the Mexican food in big, touristy restaurants on the beach. They dumb it down, Mexicans tend to think that foreigners don’t like spicy food. Seek out real Mexican food in restaurants patronized by locals. Some tipoffs are. Most important way to know if the food is authentic and clean is to look at how crowded the restaurant is. Consequently, it’s empty for a reason, I’d say in case it’s empty. It’s probably good, if it’s packed. Like at the front desk of your hotel, explain that you seek for something real, It’s good to ask for suggestions. Of course, after than.

Use the website, ask at the station for a ‘secondclass’ bus. They can be much cheaper than ADO and go to very similar destinations. For points south, like Playa del Carmen and Tulum, take a colectivo. The ones for Playa del Carmen leave from just outside the ADO station. You can take a guided tour to Tulum and Chichen Itza, and though they will explain everything in English, they may rush you through it. I’m pretty sure I recommend staying in Valladolid before planning to Chichen Itza, if you have the time. Did you hear about something like that before? Valladolid is a beautiful colonial town full of local culture. The good news is that the Mayan Riviera is amongst the safest regions in Mexico. Besides that, regular wisdom for travel applies. Usually, shameless plug. Needless to say, the guide’s full appendix includes information on hotels, public transportation, restaurants, culture, and Spanish phrases.