Our flight left at 11.30 in the morning and to be there in time we got up very early. To go to the bus station, this time we didn't do the cousin And we went by taxi. In Playa del Carmen, taxi prices are not regulated and must be negotiated, but as there is a lot of competition, they are not usually very expensive. We left for 20 pesos (€ 1.20) to the bus stop.
It was half past seven, and our bus didn't leave until 7.50. The 5th avenue was waking up and there you were people just getting up like us and people who enjoyed the last hours of the night having breakfast tacos. Our bus left on time and in an hour left us at the Cancun airport. We flew with US Airways and we had to go to terminal 3, so we went outside to look for the shuttle and a man told me that he was the driver and that I went with him to the bus while he was very kindly carrying my suitcase, without me having asked him. But when I arrived where the bus was, it turned out not to be the driver, but a lifeguard who asked me for a tip for accompanying me to a place that I already knew where I was and for taking my suitcase without even asking for it.
I gave him 5 pesos, because he was not carrying anything more loose and, in total, the coin was going to be lost there once back at home, and he was offended. "Miss, don't you know you're only giving me a quarter of a dollar?" I suppose he was used to taking with this trick about three euros per Yankee with which he used it, but instead of reproaching him that at no time he had asked for any help, I said: "I'm sorry, I have nothing left."