All along the highway, the work for the Maya Train is starting. Replanting trees and road works. We drive from Centro Maya in Playa del Carmen, to the hotel zone in Cancun.
We paid a visit to the motorcycle shop in Centro Maya in Playa del Carmen, which is near Playacar, the Playa del Carmen closed-off hotel zone, and luxury homes. Just opposite Sam’s Club and at the edge of Playa del Carmen. We take the fly-over and ride all the way to Cancun’s hotel zone. Passing all these luxury resorts and tourist hotspots in the Riviera Maya like:
– The Fives in Playa del Carmen
– Bar and BeachClub Xcalacoco where we want to stop for a drink
– Mayakoba resorts and residences
– Gran Velas
– Maroma and Secrets Hotels
– Iberostar and Vidante hotels and resorts
– Cirque du Soleil La Joya
– El Dorado
– Now Jade
– Puerto Morelos
– Croco Cun Zoo
– Aldea and Royalton
– Xoximilco by Xcaret
– Moon Palace
– Ventura park
– Punta Nizuc
We take a slight D-tour on the other side of Playa del Carmen where we wanted to have a drink at a beach we remembered as very nice. But there was a non-consumable entrance fee and it was already near closing time. I guess sometimes those entrance fees are insane, especially if we had taken the public entrance, walked in, bought a drink, nobody would have bothered us for a fee. Anyway, you get to see another part of Playa del Carmen where we D-tour the highway.
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Jeanette, a Dutch female nomad, started to travel the world at the age of 17. Walker of beaches, shell searcher, and iPhone photographer. Always horizon bound preferably on a motorcycle.
Currently, she lives in a desert village in Baja California Sur in Mexico.
She is an emigration coach and works online.
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