Hacienda San Miguel
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
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... the island was. The manager seemed quite impressed that we'd picked up so much on our travels. We still think our stilted Spanish leaves a lot to be desired!
On Sunday 2nd August, we got some breakfast at a vegetarian cafe we'd tried to go to twice previously and it had been shut. Breakfast was shakshuka and it was so so good. We checked out of the hostel and headed to the ferry terminal, ready to head to our next stop - Isla Mujeres!
... your hair, or not for Shaun!!! We headed back to the same beach the following morning for a few hours in the sun before we had to drop the bike back at 12. We then made the most of our facilities and enjoyed some pool time and a dip in the jacuzzi.
There was a wealth of restaurants in town, which were all a short walk from our place. We sampled a few of them, having some tasty burritos at Burritos Gorditas, as well some lobster, shrimp and steak rolls from ...
... snorkeling while Pam and I remained on the boat. I was going to snorkel, but didn't want to go into the deep water not having snorkeled in a while. They were offering free margaritas, beer and sodas so I enjoyed several while the group was snorkeling.
After everyone was back on board, they took us over to a private beach where we enjoyed just relaxing and drinking. The weather was just perfect, definitely ...
... and, today, done it alone making friends as I boarded the bus.
Now a veteran, I am known as a Fo-Ho. That stands for “former hopper.” Hoppers receive a t-shirt as a parting gift and veteran—or former—hoppers receive a special t-shirt and a beer cozy. Everyone, first timers and veterans, receive a great day in Cozumel. You can snorkel anywhere but you can only bar-hop the undeveloped east side in ...
One of strangest yet most exhilarating feelings when travelling is the 'unknown'. Well it is for me anyway!! I love the excitement and the process of finding your way and all the bumps and humps that come with it. I love when you finally arrive, it's like a personal achievement that somehow through the jungle of language barriers, backwards systems, incorrect maps & opposing information you finally land where you were suppose to and when we do I'm like "hell yeah we did ...