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Travel Blogs from Chetumal
... celebrating the coup of the day—Helen’s furniture purchase and her first party with her buddies Randy ‘n Pat! Eventually Randy will turn on the generator, but for now, we relax ‘n chat about the day’s events in the dark. Salute! After showering from the day’s heat, we settle into making dinner—a gourmet spread of tube steak, pasta a la whole wheat spaghetti, and veggie medley avec eggplant. We settle into Episodes 8 and 9 and then call it a ...
... small white taxis can organize and in no time at all our van was surrounded—we watched as about six taxis raced ahead of the van and forced Gabino to slow down to a crawl while rather rapidly, two more taxis closed in on each side of us. We craned our necks to look behind us, and, we think there were about three more taxis behind us. By this time, the whole entourage had come to a complete stop in the middle of a bustling highway. In the re-telling of ...
... hoping for. Either through mis-translation or mistake, the ticket lady said the next 1st Class bus was at 3 PM, 4 hours later and not worth the wait. It turned out to be at 1 PM / 13H00 and that's where her confusion must have been, trying to say 13 but 3 came out instead.
Never mind, the bus was perfectly comfortable enough, the seats reclined, we slept, and we would still got in to Tulum a lot earlier than if we had waited for the fancier bus ...
... sighting fame.
It seems that after “Trinidad,” (Colorado), we could not resist the lure
of announcing our next hotel-camp, to friends following our trip, as
“Roswell, New Mexico,” very near “Area 51.” We will travel 500 miles
All the way, heavy winds rock the truck threatening to push it
into the next lane; while hurling New Mexico desert-sand into
dun-colored smoke-like clouds, making it hard to see the ...
... restaurant, but was firmly refused and had to settle for pollo burritos. Primarily we are in beach mode: sunning, swimming and
snorkelling, and even some boogie boarding when the wind comes up. The hammock and beach lounge chairs invite us to relax with a good book. I’ve moved on from the Polynesian Island of ‘Mr. Pip’, to India and the US in ‘Secret ...