El Regis

Address: Calle 12, Campeche, Yucatan Peninsula, \N, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Campeche

How to civilise with a sledgehammer

A travel blog entry by petercubit on Aug 20, 2015

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... one tantrum about having to leave. Next stop was the Fuerte San Miguel, a Spanish fort conveniently completed 50 years after particularly vicious pirate attacks. The fort is now a museum housing artefacts of the Mayan era. Needless to say, native labour was used to build this and seven other forts along with about 2,250 metre of stone wall around the settlement. Said natives were not afforded the protection of the walls after they were built either. This attitude was ...


A travel blog entry by livy_lane on Aug 19, 2015

We got up early(ish) today in preparation for our tour of Edzná. We nipped out for breakfast at the same place we went to yesterday (the only place we could find that was open) and came back to meet our guide, Daniel, at our hotel. Daniel is a very nice, very enthusiastic young tour guide who speaks pretty decent english.

We had a bit of drama getting ready as James had left his damp trainers in a sealed plastic bag at the bottom of his suitcase for ...


A travel blog entry by livy_lane on Aug 18, 2015

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... We wandered around the square for a bit before jumping in a taxi to Forte San Miguel on the outskirts of the town. The forte was really cool and was one of several built by the Spanish in the 1500s. The view of the sea from the top was really pretty, although being on the roof was boiling! The forte has been turned into a small museum of Mayan History, which we found a bit strange as the forte itself probably has a pretty cool stary and ...


A travel blog entry by livy_lane on Aug 17, 2015

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We had breakfast at little cafe and we served by a nice man called Gutty. It wasn't particularly special, but it was nice. James had huevos motuleņos and I had huevos con tocino (eggs with bacon), plus lots of coffee. We then went back to the hotel and packed up. I had a massive laughing fit that slowed the process considerably. We then checked out of the cute pink hotel and James had an awkward 10 minute 'no hablo espanol' ...

Avast there me hearties!

A travel blog entry by themcgee on Feb 01, 2015

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Not exactly sure if that is a grammatically correct title, but a little alliteration goes a long way. Seems appropriate as this old sea port, Campeche was once the hunting ground of numerous pirates like Henry Morgan and the town has built a bit of a tourist angle on this. And why not?

Thinking up titles for these articles is not as easy as you think and I was kicking myself earlier today when I realised what I should have called the previous one that ...

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