Fiesta Inn Ciudad del Carmen
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from Ciudad del Carmen
... track at times and lots of pot holes. So a long drive and after a sat nav malfunction (and without an internet signal to allow it to sort itself out) we arrived in Palenque just after nightfall - about 6pm. Difficult to find our hotel in the dark but we did so on the third pass down the street - and it's gorgeous.
There are only 8 rooms, and it's sort of like a safari lodge only on a Mayan / jungley theme. I'm writing this listening to the sound of the ...
... block was really scary and it was basically a hold up without guns, we actually got mugged by people with sticks and spray paint. When we drove up to the block there were local people sitting all around the edge of the road and on the hills, the atmosphere was tense and people looked very angry. They basically asked Kike for $200 but after some joking and talking he only paid them $80 and they let us pass without any trouble, only after the young boys with spray cans had ...
... general public.
After 3 hours we again board the bus for 3 hrs to the seaside and a swim in the Gulf of Mexico. We ordered fish from this rustic restaurant - bit disappointment.
then onto our charming hotel in the historic Centre of Campeche.
we started the day with a walking tour of Campeche.
onto the bus to visit a local Mayan family in the Tuuc ...
Day we got up at 7 and got ready for the day. We had breakfast at the jade cafe across the road and then walked to the shops to get money out. We went to the Palenque Mayan ruins and it was incredible. So much better than Chichen Itza in my opinion. The weather was better for exploring as well. We learnt so much about what each part of the Ruin was used for and saw recreations etc. ash and I bought heaps of souvenirs and laughed the whole time while ...
We were sad to leave our beautiful hotel in Tulum after nearly a week there. We had sussed out all the cheap places to eat and knew our way around the town so we could definitely had stayed a little longer, had we not been keen to keep exploring. We caught an overnight bus (yay.....not!) and arrived in Palenque early in the morning. We caught a taxi to El Panchan, the hippy town just out of Palenque and much deeper in the jungle . After checking into ...