Me at Chichen Itza. The temple of kukulkan (coo-coo-khan). They don't allow tourist
to climb up the stairs anymore. Do check out this video on more information.
Visiting Cancun, Mexico was one of the best international trips I've taken in a long time! There's so much to see and do in Cancun, that there's no possible way you can cover it all in one trip.
|Cathedral of San Gervasio located in Valladolid, Yuc, Mexico|
First, it's easy to navigate throughout Cancun, especially if you're on the hotel strip. There's no need for you to rent a car while you're there. Instead you can take the city buses. They run 24/7 and they typically stop in-front of the nearest hotels. The bus you should take are the R1 Hotel Zone bus will cost $1.00 USD per person, the other buses will cost about $0.50 USD per person. Not bad.
|This gentleman making a shaved iced treat. Tasted like condensed sweet milk with coconut.|
In Cancun, they accept U.S. cash, however you'll receive your change in pesos, so prepare for that.
If you're not comfortable taking cash with you on vacation, which I suggest that you do, they accept credit cards. Remember before you go on your trip to contact your credit card company and place a travel notification on it based on the dates you're visiting. Also find out how much your foreign transaction fees are. If it is expense, then I would suggest finding another credit card/ bank card that has 0 foreign transaction fees.
Second, be prepared to provide tips for just about everything! lol. So you'll definitely want to bring cash.
|When visiting Cancun, do not miss out on Cenote!|
|While on our way to Chichen Itza/Cenote they took our pics and placed them on tequila bottles.|
No they're not free, but cool to see.
|Mr. Habaner can found at Mercado 28. Great food!|
They sang for us.
Fifth, I know many people are worried about language barrier in Mexico. You don't have to worry about that as most of the people of Cancun can speak English, however it wouldn't hurt to go back to your basic Spanish 101. Hola! ?Cuanto' cuesta? Adios! Gracias! ?Donde'? etc.(forgive the spelling)