Cancun Journals

Cancun Trifector

A travel journal to Cancun by BlueJay21

Le Meridien view Photo, Cancun, Mexico More Photos
Quote: Yucatan Trifecta expeditions: inlcudes logs from Isla Muerjes, Xcaret and Chitzen-Isa. A short two weeks.

Xcaret, Ecologically Best!

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XcaretI had high expectations when booking this all day excursion, especially with price of admission being equal or close to Disney land, all and all at the end of the day it was completely worth it. My first time at an eco-park it was probably the coolest expericnce I’ve had, how many times can you say you’ve snorkeled through an underground river for more than 45 mins straight, if that wasn’t enough I also found 10 pesos while diving through the river. The park had it all exotic animals like jaguar, tapirs etc. There’s no way to completely enjoy the park in one day without feeling rush rush and who wants that on their vacation, we started with a off shore private snorkeling trip. During...Read More

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Le Meridien view Photo, Cancun, Mexico
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For the first time ever, we booked a great deal to Cancun. We went there in spite of growing fear of swine flu H1N1 virus, a weakening us dollars that was worth less than 12.50 pesos per dollar. What we got out of it was an amazing trip that was most relaxing, and equally thrilling.We stayed an entire week that seems too short thinking back on the events that took placed. Le Meridien resort & spa was our home on this gorgeous strip of hotel zones, since this was our first time in cancun we didn’t feel too adventurous and chose to stay in touristy area. The location of the hotel is great, it was located to 4-5 restaurant in walking distance, we ended up dinning out at 3 of the restaurant all...Read More

Isla Mujeres, Finding Lady Lost

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Lobster for Linner Photo, Cancun, Mexico
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After recovering from our plane rides we decided to take a day trip to the majestic island Isla Meurejes, we flirted with the idea of getting a professional tour but decided against it and just ventured out to the ports. The departure times were not accurate from the website and we missed the ferry by a mere 20 mins. The driver was kind enough to take us to Port Juarez, and we got to see a part of old down town. The ferry was colored in brigt neon color blue & yellow, and even provided us with free wifi access (if only I had an iphone).After arriving at the the island we were greeted with more than 12 tour guides offering snorkeling lessons, numerous water activities and golf cart and...Read More