Holbox Hotel Casa las Tortugas - Petit Beach Hotel & Spa
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... by jungle and tiny populations, and you'll pass by a famous millenary tree.
Just getting to Chiquila we noticed we were in the middle of nowhere. We took the 20 minute ferry to the island and got to our hotel in a golf kart. That's right. There are no regular automobiles there, only golf karts and bikes. The small town is about 2K in population, and is about 10 km long.
There are various nice hotels, and plenty of hostels like 8 bucks/night. However, ...
... going to peddle some **** that probably will scorch the skin, at least affix the label straight.
For the next 20 minutes he stood there extolling the virtues of whatever this miracle healing junk was en espanol of course. I guess jumping from a prayer to Jesus to green miracle creams isn't that much of a stretch in these parts. A British guy sitting behind me and I named his ...
We decided to make one final stop before heading to our final Mexican destination: The Caribbean coast. Valladolid is a small, bustling Mayan Mexican town, which is nice, but one day is sufficiente. We arrived quite late yesterday afternoon and once the tropical rainstorm had passed, we headed for a hostal that we heard was good and economical. Because we`d spent the past 2 ...
... we sat in a small town for an hour waiting for our bus, picking up more of the scene in the town square. Guys trying to pick up chicks, kids playing, crusin' cars...some things don't change. We got back to our hostel at 11:30p. The next day, Day 7, I think, we explored the town of Valladolid, in the interior of the Yucatan Peninsula. Dude was it humid!! But we enjoyed the small narrow streets, really cheap prices (not in tourist Mexico anymore!) ...
... Keegan and I read indoors (in the shade and the cool!) -- The power was out again, but, with the cross-breeze, the casitas were cool. Later, we all went for homemade ice cream at the usual place. Went to dinner at La Buena Vida --sat upstairs in an enclosed room. The moon rose orange and seemingly in the wrong place. Food was only okay -- the fish was barely warm and had to be returned and reheated. We're not impressed; don't think we'll go ...