El Faisan y el Venado

Address: Av. Benito Juarez 781, Carillo Puerto, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Benito Juarez 781, Carillo Puerto, is near Parque Nacional Arrecife Puerto Morelos, Aquanauts Dive Adventures, Anthropology Museum, and Dive In Puerto Morelos.
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    Travel Blogs from Carillo Puerto

    Humidity is Nobody's Friend

    A travel blog entry by esmeralda4790 on Oct 23, 2014

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    ... I wanted "free touches" and then told a story about how she delt with someone invading her privacy...and I won't go into detail, but she made the man feel a great amount of discomfort and he moved away from her quickly!! Haha!! Afterwards, to show their appreciation even more, the teachers invited us to lunch in their downtown! We had this amazing spaghetti dish that was basically noodles, butter, cream sauce, cheese, and corn. It was so delicious! ...

    Back to our favourite!

    A travel blog entry by gerad-and-lisa on Sep 01, 2014

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    So the tricycle was over and it was back to just Lis and I. We were headed back to El Salvador to our favourite spot of the whole trip, El Tunco! We flew into the capital then took a taxi straight down to the beach back to where we had stayed last time, Papaya Lodge. Some of the staff there remembered us from the start of the year and they put us in a private room for a good price because we said we would be staying at least 2 weeks. We met so many ...

    Dork Out Day #1 (If you don't count Cempoala)

    A travel blog entry by katertot1978 on Mar 19, 2014

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    ... br> I ended up spending about five hours total in the museum with a small cappucino break to keep myself going. My museum stamina is usually about two to three hours, but a historical or anthropological museum can hold my attention for double that amount of time. There were so many highlights that I remained enthralled for hour after hour. I was absolutely fascinated by the multiple rooms about the Olmec culture, which is considered the mother culture ...

    Getting a Bit More Colonial

    A travel blog entry by bohemianjournal on Dec 04, 2010

    49 photos

    ... see. First, we found a floral and food market.
    It turns out that Xalapa is also known for its coffee beans, and we were able to enjoy a non-instant cup of coffee, though brewed coffee is nowhere to be found. It's all espresso variants. (Secret---a double shot in a tall cup with hot water, a heavy duty Americano, is a decent substitute.)
    In this cafe we heard English being spoken by a near-by couple and we inquired. ...

    Rio Alseseca - El Siete to Puente Tablazo

    A travel blog entry by angiekayaks on Feb 11, 2010

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    ... dinner at Esprit.

    Tonight we had chicken with mango salsa, rice and a spinach salad with feta cheese and house dressing. For dessert we had a chocolate mexican birthday cake with strawberries made by a local woman. It was delicious. We watched our pictures and videos of the day, which were awesome before returning to La Villa for the night to pack and get some rest.

    Things Learned on Day 7:

    1. Chilaquiles: ...