Costa de Cocos

Xcalak Peninsula, Xcalak, Costa Maya, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xcalak

San Pedro (R)

A travel blog entry by rcadventures

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... The seafood was a meal for two, including mussels, octopus, conch, crab claws, shrimp, lobster and fish ($60BZD for the plate, the most expensive item on the menu) . Wonderful.

C is coming into the shopping “zone”, and we found a wood working store with some really neat things. A lot of the stuff you see is “art”, in that it sits there and collects dust. We're more into the old William Morris way ...

Dive # 2!!

A travel blog entry by ladyjeanbug

... village. It is extremely quaint and well off the beaten track. No large tour buses come through these parts and the largest hotel we saw probably has 6 rooms. I will definitely stay here next time as it is a good jumping point to some really nice dive spots at Banco Chinchorro and day excursions to San Pedro in Belize. We stopped at Restaurante Silvia for a yummy fish lunch. We headed back to Mahahual as we still needed to check into our new accommodations at the Balamku.


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Fish

A travel blog entry by chaletaria

44

... Treaty of Versailles, 1783, re-established their logging rights (although mahogany logging was taking over). In London Colonel Edward Marcus Despard was made Superintendant of the Settlement of Belize in the Bay of Honduras in 1784 and two years later the Convention of London (Britain and Spain) allowed British settlement and logging, but no right to build forts or farms. But inevitably war broke out- in 1796 the Spanish attacked St George’s Caye, but were driven off. General war ...

ATV'ing in Costa Maya

A travel blog entry by sdbaker99

11

... playing the game.

After the game we decided to check out the 11:00AM family version of Ronn Lucas’ show. Ronn is an amazing ventriloquist and comedian and his show was hilarious. I am not sure I’ve laughed so *************g time. We all really enjoyed the show and Ronn’s antics.

One the show was over we grabbed a quick lunch back at Cabanas before heading down to The Tube (one of the ...

March 17 NEVER happened

A travel blog entry by copernicus

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... to put up with going to the zoo. The old couple stare at us and smile. I bet they wished THEY were going to the zoo! Or not. On the way there we have two stops. One for someone to go to the convenience store for something and the second the bus driver and captains stop to get some " real food". Non of us seem to mind as we have all been entertained and are in good spirits. Faye and I ( the risk takers) are dropped off at the zoo (I'm not sure why we are not holding hands ...

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