Hacienda Morelos

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

    Luxurious Puerto Morelos

    A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick on Oct 30, 2013

    1 comment, 7 photos

    After a quick stop in Playa del Carmen, I am now in a small fishing town called Puerto Morelos, about 30 minutes away from Cancun. The streets are quiet, the biggest grocery store is as big as a corner store, the people are friendly; it's paradise. Aside from the town itself being fantastic, so are my accommodations. A pool that's 10ft from the ocean, a kitchen, living room, and a bed big enough for four people. Sure there's a lot of cockroaches (and I mean a lot), ...

    Highs & Lows

    A travel blog entry by kim_puravida on Apr 30, 2013

    17 photos

    ... and the colour of the water was as green as the scenery surrounding us.

    Here are some photos of the girls in Sweet, now that the YARP is well and truly out of our lives, back to the guilt-free appreciation of the Barra Libre. This night I was on the dancefloor the entire time, minus the minutes spent running back and forth from our table to top up my drink. Free bottle/table service. Boom ...

    Day 2: The Death of Black Beard

    A travel blog entry by codyjvice on Nov 28, 2012

    35 photos

    ... at. It is quite surreal. It is surreal because it is not an annoyance. It is a gentle "noise", if there is such a thing. I sat at the window for a few minutes and just soaked in the moment. When will I ever be at this exact place again? Never... I have finally been able to stop and smell the proverbial roses! lol. I'll never be in Mexico, awake at 6a.m., sitting on a window ledge, listening to the music of parakeets. Like I said before... It was surreal. ...

    Wrapping Up the Conference

    A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jul 14, 2012

    12 photos

    ... hot water from the RED end. I expect there are a lot of dumb tourists, though. No one had come by the time I left, so I had to call again in the evening. Guy came, tested it out, discovered I was not a moron, and replaced some part of the shower mechanism. He had me check, and, voila, hot water.

    Definitely had better sessions today; especially one on the IB model for online workshops. I am currently employed in writing an online ...

    Back on home reef.

    A travel blog entry by divediva on Jul 12, 2012

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... for a few years now and are liberally covered with vegetative overgrowth which makes it difficult to tell many of the features of the sculpted pieces now, but it makes a great artificial reef on an otherwise barren bottom. We were only given about 15minutes to explore the several dozen pieces before we set off to a nearby reef. The reef was fairly decimated probably due to diver traffic. There were the usual cast of characters,lobster, damselfish, trumpetfish etc. ...