Holiday Inn Chetumal Puerta Maya
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A nice comfortingly familiar choice, close to the town centre and opposite the museum of Mayan life. The kids enjoyed the pool, gown ups enjoyed sitting outside in the little courtyard. After several months of roughing it we enjoyed the feeling of a little luxury (maybe more a reflexion on our travels than holiday inn)
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... banana here I discovered) and also gave me time to head off for a second breakfast.
Now before any comments about my eating habits are bandied about, I should explain that the Vietger hostel (apparently the name is Catalan which confused even the locals) only supplied a bowl of cereal and a banana as breakfast (though in every other aspect, it was a cracking little hostel where everything was spotless and has some of the best bunk beds and ...
Siamo gli unici che scendono alla fermata di Chetumal in Messico alle 3 di mattina, la stazione dei bus e’ completamente vuota per cui prendiamo un taxi direttamente all’hotel.
Siamo qui solo per visitare questa famosa laguna chiamata Bacalar e dobbiamo dire che e’ veramente impressionante; sembra di essere nel mare dei caraibi ma in realta’ l’acqua ...
... which seemed from our perspective to be at the end of the earth (57 km from Tulum, in fact), a fellow on a motorbike noticed us and asked us what we were looking for. He’s from New Westminster and runs the coffee shop in town. He recommended "the nicest place" to stay, Costa del Sol. We got a beautiful room there right on the beach, breezy but solid against the wind which just got more frenzied through the night. The air was fragrant with sweet jungle scents and the ...
... food! Not sure if it tasted good because we haven't had lasagna in a long time, but regardless, it was delicious. Wednesdays the local "gringos" hang out at Jam Rock and play darts. I have been keeping in touch with some of them on Facebook so when they saw us they recognized us from our photo on FB. Great group of people. A couple of the ladies were talking about one of them building a house. Turns out she ...
... order their specialty. Other than our walk to town, we have been sitting back and relaxing. We are planning on taking the local bus next week to see some Mayan ruins which will be an all day trip. Things we have learned so far from our wanderings here in Corozal Town: 1) not everything costs less than in the States. We feel the rent is a bit high considering the area's meager way of life. A rental car here is $80 per day, but the local bus fare from here to Orange Walk (where we ...