El Bocadito

Address: On road to ruins, Coba, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on On road to ruins, Coba, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Coba

My First Pyramids – Cóba and Tulum Beach

A travel blog entry by phil_in_nz on Dec 14, 2014

25 photos

The next day, a Sunday, we wanted to get up fairly early to leave house around 9am. Well, we all slept until like 11am and it was 1pm by the time we left. But it doesn't matter, after all we are in Mexico, time is relative here. My perception of time has definitely changed a lot here. You kind of learn to be patient in your life. It’s not just about punctuality, but also that many things are done slower. Where a person working in a ...

Day #3 - Thursday

A travel blog entry by bmjvacation on Jan 16, 2014

29 photos

... Myan family homes in a small village outside of Coba. We got to see how each family lives and how they make tortillas. We also learnt about the native trees such as the Gum tree which produces a sticky gum substance used to make Chiclets! We later watched a ceremony performed by a local shawman in which he welcomed us to his village and showed us a variety of roots and branches used for medical purposes. On the way home we stopped at a local market for ...

Welcome to the Jungle

A travel blog entry by fearlessmark on Jan 16, 2014

2 photos

Today we visited Coba, an ancient Maya ruin just a short drive from Tulum.
We walked around in the jungle, and explored some nice ancient buildings. I even climbed a tall pyramid with Mom, an awesome adventure !!


From the Highlands of Guatemala to Yucatan Mexico

A travel blog entry by waynenwendy on Nov 27, 2013

2 comments, 60 photos

... s almost free", we walked away laughing.

We caught a bus to Guatemala City and then onto Rio Dulce. Hopped off the bus and onto a water taxi and made our way up the magnificent Rio (river) Dulce passing through lush jungle and soaring canyons, past old Spanish forts, and small Mayan villages where the very simple homes sit dotted along the waters edge. We passed many Mayan locals in their dugout canoes fishing or paddling along ...


A travel blog entry by deckno on Sep 16, 2013

1 comment, 25 photos

... a goat sprawled across the ground with its eyes closed, tongue hanging out, struggling to breathe. A couple of steps later we heard a dog bark. I saw the goat get to its feet and thought, if he's up this is a serious situation! The 3 of us bounded down the steps with 3 hungry rabid dogs closing in fast, running was a complete waste of time! I stopped and stood into the dogs shouting as loud as I could at them to sit da **** down, somehow that seemed to translate to Spanish and ...