Last day in Playa.
It is pouring down with rain and I hope it stops soon or I will be drenched walking back to our hotel – Paul just turned up all wet. Looks like we have time for a quick coffee then hustle to the bus station – good thing we are a stones throw away from everything that helps a lot. We were very pleased with Michele’s hotel recommendation and would definitely stay there again.
Ado bus had more leg room and was much colder than Mayab good thing I had my wrap Paul and I were able to share it. I spent the ride napping, snacking taking pics out the window reading teen vogue and eat pray love. When we got to Chetumal, Ravey from Get Transfers was waiting in the bust station to meet us. He helped us get across the border quick and easy and we made it to the airport 1 h ahead of time which meant we were able to catch an earlier Tropic Air flight from Corozal back to San Pedro.
You can go Cenote Azul post to see prices of ADO bus compared to Mayab and San Pedro to Playa Del Carmen post to see theÂ journey from Belize to Mexico.
First room on right second one on left
Rob and Michele’s on the right our hotel was just past them- parking lot on left.
Unique wood furniture
Heading to stop point
Tostada from stop off on the way home 2 cost 5 pesos
Thatched roof house
Blue Church – Iglesia De Dios De La Profeda
Sign on the way from Playa
Buildings at side of road
Tacos El Gordo
Water along highway
Plant growing place
Big Modelo cans
Get Transfers information
Water and Mangroves
Heading for San Pedro
South west side of Island
4 thoughts on “Playa Del Carmen to San Pedro”
I remember you Debbie – hope to see you again soon, thanks for the compliment on blog.
My husband and I sat next to you on the tropic air flight to Corozal. You have a very well done blog. I’ve been enjoying reading it…
maybe we’ll get to see you next Feb in Belize.
Next time Heather it was a very fast trip. We are planning to come to the Bloggers conference and would love to meet you.
Oh no, I just caught this information that you were here! Darn it! Well, next time maybe I’ll get to meet you.