Travel Blogs from Xcalak, Mexico

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Sail and Mexico -  Isla Mujeres - to 31 March 2012, Xcalak, Mexico travel blog

Sail and Mexico - Isla Mujeres - to 31 March 2012

A travel blog entry by lambertry


Sunday 25 March 2012 – Caribbean Sea – Mexico Our first overnight sail went well. Paul and I did 3 hour watches and the boat sped along - up to 11.5 knots! The gulf stream has a hefty current of 3 knots which gives the extra speed. We had lots ...

CARIBE MEJICANO III, Mahahual, Mexico travel blog


A travel blog entry by mexico


Bueno doncs la seguent parada es Mahahual, un poblet que basicament consisteix a una carretera de uns 8 km de llarg sense asfaltar. Alla seguint la guia "Lonely Planet", que per cert per centroamerica no esta gaire be, buscavem un camping on ...

A Mexican beach Christmas, Quintana Roo, Mexico travel blog

A Mexican beach Christmas

A travel blog entry by jacandpito


... tiniest of cars in Mexico. Loaded to the brim we aptly named the baby automobile that would give us our Christmas Miracle in Mexico, 'Baby Hesus (Jesus)'. The next five days saw lots of catching up on years worth of stories, cooking food, eating food, ...

Xcalak - Laguna Bacalar, Quintana Roo, Mèxic travel blog

Xcalak - Laguna Bacalar

A travel blog entry by jackaubrey


... puerto. La playa no es fea pero está llena de resto de todo tipo, y la orilla es algo fangosa. Volvemos al Xcalak Caribe y desayunamos el acostumbrado completo: huevos, cafe, jugo de naranja y pan. El desayuno no está mal, pero preferimos los ...

Apr 11, 2013, Matahual, Mexico travel blog

Apr 11, 2013

A travel blog entry by ironworker025


Coral Cay, Mexico, Coral Cay, Mexico travel blog

Coral Cay, Mexico

A travel blog entry by missyjoymel


... my things, and found a hammok far, far away from those bastards.  Other than that it was a great day!!! I appologize, citizens of Mexico and other tourist traps all over the world for the behavior of my people, and their egocentric world ...

Dive # 2!!, Xcalak, Mexico travel blog

Dive # 2!!

A travel blog entry by ladyjeanbug

... , we amused ourselves by searching for birds. We saw vultures, yucatan jays, woodpeckers and small yellow ones.  The town of Xcalak is a very tiny fishing village. It is extremely quaint and well off the beaten track. No large tour buses come through ...

XTC is Ecstasy!, Xcalak, Mexico travel blog

XTC is Ecstasy!

A travel blog entry by tilazway


... bunch of swim-thru's to keep you entertained, and the last was a night dive where we saw a huge Porcupine fish. Every site in Xcalak has so much life with huge coral heads and large schools of fish. After the weekend we had there, we didn't want to ...

Border Crossing to Xcalak Mexico on a skiff, Xcalak, Mexico travel blog

Border Crossing to Xcalak Mexico on a skiff

A travel blog entry by lachance


... El Salvador, we decided to turn up the adventure knob to "super fun" mode by figuring out how to get to Xcalak (pronounced "Ish-Ka-Lak") Mexico from San Pedro Belize. Paul meandered up and down a couple of docks, chatting with some local boat owners, ...

Pizza!, Corozal, Belize travel blog


A travel blog entry by dtofsrud

At the park in the center of the village of Orange Walk we picked up the first random bus that was headed north to Corozol, $4 BZ. And since my book said there was a water taxi at the Corozal Bay Inn to San Pedro I figgered we'd stay close to there we ...

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