Travel Blogs from Puerto Morelos
... thing I could think of is, ive seen hundreds of dogs on this trip so far and not one chihauhau ! What a marvellous thing is, the enquiring mind!
ok not Mexican but not going to pass that up.
Taninos wine lounge for Malbec and mixed platter for dinner.
Ok not Mexican either.
Found a great 'one for the road' bar. Got chatting to a Texan based here, who reckons he knows Stig#2.
I believe anything that time of night.
... with a bright blue tag on arrival and as I walked with the porter to my room I learned that it was Canadian Spring Break and the hotel was overrun with students on leave. Hmmm. Canadians apparently have their break before the US kids.
Given I had lost a day because of the flight postponement, I fast tracked my day 1 experience by dumping bags and being at the pool bar within 20 mins. No chance here for time-zone adjustment. Unfortunately the very inviting water ...
... staying miles from anything we hired a scooter for 24 hours. We had a great dinner that night. For about $17NZD we had 2 huge plates of mexican food and a couple of drinks. Great value and better taste. The next day was a top day. Like the Hells Angels we took off on our 50cc machine of pure grunt, orgh, orgh, orgh! After Tess had spent about 20 minutes in an extremely busy supermarket we headed to the eastern side of the island to find a beach. It didn't take long to find one ...
... s no place like home!
Afterbite on all the insect bites, sunscreen washed off, laundry done, house closed up, suitcases packed, water off, lights off......feels like I am forgetting something...........??
I will post a few more pics from this trip before signing off from this adventure. One more item off the 'bucket list'. I would love to do this trip again in a few years. Takers?
... 8211; we were best to get the early start – we wouldn’t have wanted to see everything with those crowds. On our way back up highway 180 we took in the town of Valladolid. This is the second oldest town in the region and we managed a little walk round the colourful streets and stalls. We took in lunch at one of the Mexican restaurants in what would be called a food court by English standards. With some help from a very kind fellow ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking