Hacienda Morelos

Address: Rafael Melgar MZA.2 Lote 5, Puerto Morelos, Riviera Maya, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rafael Melgar MZA.2 Lote 5, Puerto Morelos, is near Crococun Zoo, Collectivo de Artesanos de Puerto Morelos (Puerto Morelos Artists' Cooperative), and Rosario & Marco's Art Shoppe.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Morelos

I'm still here

A travel blog entry by princesspanky on Feb 12, 2014

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... has been amazing recently so on a Sunday we took advantage of having a free day and went to the beach for a few hours. It seems the locals had the same idea because it was quite busy but fortunately we got there before all the loungers and parasols were hired out. I fell asleep quite blissfully under the parasol but the sun moved and I woke up with half of my back burnt! I didn't let it ruin my day though as when we left we crossed the ...

Puerto Morelos ... With Magnificent Frigatebirds

A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Feb 04, 2014

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... They have the largest wingspan to body weight ratio of any bird and virtually live in the air, staying aloft for over a week, snatching prey from the sea in their hooked beaks and landing only to roost or breed.

The sand is like icing sugar and air and water are warm. We watched a group of sanderlings, like us here for the winter, although they come from the ...

If you can't swim, don't go snorkeling

A travel blog entry by davelynch on May 02, 2013

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... had a shop full of statues that he couldn't sell so he disposed of them in the sea. It's so bad that there isn't even a story behind it - probably because the story behind it is very similar to the story I just made up. The least they could do is lie and say that these were being transported in a hovercraft and an asteroid smashed into it, sunk the craft and all that is left is some moldy old statues that represent troubles past and future hopes. They could go even ...

Puerto Morelos

A travel blog entry by vgfamily on Mar 04, 2013

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... a downpour halfway through but at least it was warm rain.

The grand finale of our stay was a trip the ruins of Chichen Itza (approximately 2.5 hours from Puerto Morelos). Over one thousand years old, the site features impressive temples, an observatory, the largest surviving Mayan ball court, and various cenotes (natural wells). This ancient site definitely deserves its place as one of the new Seven Wonders of the World.


Cancun and Isla Mujeres

A travel blog entry by mtrm on Dec 02, 2012

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... hotel complexes are found. The numbers say that Cancun receives an average of 4 million tourists every year. In 2005, the hurricane Vilma torn down half of Cancun. That was local disaster for tourism here. Anyway everything has been rebuilt and life goes the same as before. From Cancun we crossed by boat to 20 km distant island Isla Mujeres - the island of women. We spent three days on this 10 km long and in somewhere only 500 meters wide noodles. The beaches ...