Costa de Cocos

Address: Xcalak Peninsula, Xcalak, Costa Maya, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Xcalak Peninsula, Xcalak.
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      A Mexican beach Christmas

      A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Dec 22, 2014

      18 photos

      ... that far down and minimal shops so we organised a hire car from Cancun along with all of the Christmas food and drinks to indulge in over the silly season and picked up Jod from the Cancun airport in what turned out to be the teeny 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 ...

      Day 6 Exploring

      A travel blog entry by heather_about on Nov 27, 2014

      33 photos

      ... a much smother ride than out dive boats over the last few days. Walked around town took pics and kept searching out the shopping area... Had a great lunch and confirmed the little town we walked through was it! We quickly decided we needed to make it back to the 2:15 boat. The ride back was a bit rough but got to town and went on a shopping spree. My Christmas shopping is almost done. Debbie and ...

      Week 20: Guatemala & Belize

      A travel blog entry by mitchandsally on Aug 18, 2014

      3 comments, 52 photos

      ... hills rolling into the distance. We spent the rest of the afternoon reading outside our cabin in hammocks, before heading down for the communal dinner, a Guatemalan feast, at the hostel. The next day we did a full day tour to Semuc Champey, which involved a half hour trip there and back packed in the back of a truck. (As adventurous and fun as it was, our backsides were feeling it the next day.) The first section of the tour was just outside Semuc and tested our levels ...

      Days 27 - 30 - Belize

      A travel blog entry by charliemclean on Apr 22, 2014

      ... Bus - typically an old US school bus that is used as a general transport bus throughout Central and South America. Always a very cheap option but not always a comfortable one. They have been known to carry livestock on the bus, hence the name." San Ignacio is a little town near the Guatemalan border. Meera and Ruki headed off to the local hospital to get their "placement" signed off with a "donation" while I jumped on another chicken bus and headed to the Guatemalan border and off to my ...

      Great day!

      A travel blog entry by tyenne2 on Feb 24, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      This morning we really needed groceries as things are very pricey here at the hotel! Even some of the shops in town are ridiculous so we went to some local shops in San Pedro for groceries. We rented a golf cart for the trip into town. Very worth while! Laughed almost all the way there - the road is SO bumpy! Hilarious! It was very fun. Did some grocery shopping in town. San Pedro is a great little town unlike any we've ever been to. We really like ...