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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the occasional roadkill and the only thing paying any attention were the black vultures which gathered for lunch. The only other passenger was a French chap who was one of those annoying types that can speak about five languages. Annoying is probably an unfair description as he was a pleasant fellow, but his skill at languages just annoyed me. Mainly because of my ignorance in that field.
The Guatemalan border post appeared in the middle of a ...
So we arrived in Palenque and to my surprise it was actually warm which was a shock to the system but still no sunshine!! I thought by now I would have been tanning nicely but oh no, all me and Hilary need/want is a suntan! Palenque is on the Central America backpacker route for the national park which includes Mayan ruins and beautiful waterfalls.
The Mayan ruins are beautiful and gave us a taste of how it would be like at Tikal in Guatemala. It's just so amazing how ...
... everything was happening in Playa del Carmen. She and David continued on trying to get some gas for the house. I just spend a few hours with Dani strolling through the street and checking out shops, being shocked how expensive everything is. And I constantly told her to not buy souvenirs in the first shop where she sees them ;-) We took a sneak peek at the beach at night and a quick stop in a chocolate café, where we enjoyed some traditional hot ...
... where Sabri crashed and Cristy went to bed early for scuba diving tomorrow.
Huesos y Luisa went out to enjoy the nightlife and the rest of us to bed.
Sr Frogs, very slow service but nice beach, second time here and we actually have never asked anything else than appetizers but they are good and filling: ceviche, nachos, guacamole. I rate this place with an 7! ...
... It certainly brought back my memories of 2 years ago same time when I was in the Galapagos Islands.
Tulum is the site of a Pre-Columbian Maya walled city serving as a major port for Cobá. The ruins are situated on 12-meter / 39 ft tall cliffs, along the east coast of the Yucatán Peninsula on the Caribbean Sea in ...