About Enrique A
Lives in Playa del Carmen
Since Jul 2009
35-49 year old male
Hi there, as you have already noticed I am based at the Mexican Caribbean a beautifull place full of color and life, wonderfull landscapes, beaches and the extraordinary blue caribbean sea, such a paradise... I was born in Mexico City , i used to live in downtown, pretty close to the place in wich the archaeologist Eduardo Matos Moctezuma, found the ruins of the Main Temple of the Aztec Civilization. I am a Story Teller, i always knew it, and when someone listen to my words i feel so glad, because i can bring back to the life the magic of the aztecs, the mayas, the ancient cities that grew up in the middle of the jungle, and i can stil hear the roar of the jaguar, the song of the quetzal and i give a new dimention to the motives of the heroes that created our country and left a legacy that now we call History.
History Museums, Natural History Museums
Bars & Clubs
Beaches, Geologic Formations
Scuba & Snorkeling
Ancient Ruins, Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Beaches, Kayaking & Canoeing, Scuba & Snorkeling, Swim with Dolphins
Beaches, Water Parks
This museum offers different exhibitions according to the season, such as pictures and graphics relating to the traditional carnival and historical references to the origins of Cozumel.
This is a good place to start sightseeing. Here, you can grab a drink and some food while enjoying the beach views.
This is a very special and relaxing place with great ambience, beautiful views, and nice drinks and food to enjoy.
Playa Punta Chiqueros is a very calm and peaceful place where you can have a swim or even camp.
Similarly to Playa Punta Chiqueros, this beach is great for swimming and camping.
With beautiful views, blowholes, and small shops, this is a nice place to visit and enjoy.
One of the best beach clubs in the region, Sky Reef's restaurant/bar by Corona Beach has an amazing sea view, excellent service, and a vast menu to choose from - including drinks with accessible prices. Plus, you can find snorkeling packages here too.
On the second day, it is nice to visit this archaeological zone since it is one of the most important places on the island. The San Gerbasio Mayan Site showcases the history of how this area developed during the late classic and post-classic periods, and is also where you'll find the Goddess Ixchel Fertility Temple.
This is a nice place to relax and learn a lot about local culture, traditions, and explore another interesting archaeological zone.
Discover a fun and beautiful place to spend the rest of the day with friends or family — relax and take a swim or snorkel.
This is a pretty romantic place for couples, with beautiful spots from which to enjoy the sunrise or sunset views, and where you can also find an altar to the Goddess Ixchel.
Palmeras is a wonderful place to end your trip at — a high-quality restaurant filled with diverse options for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, situated right in front of the ferry's dock.