Holiday Inn Chetumal Puerta Maya
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Chetumal Puerta Maya
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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... On the way to Chetumal we noticed a man in the rain trying to fix a blown tire and as we drove by I asked Kike if we should stop and help them out. Once we drove past them we realised it was a man and his family so we knew the risk would be small and I turned the car around and headed back to see if we could assist. The man was so appreciative and it transpired that his wrench had broken so he couldn't get the nuts off the tire and had ...
... about the events of yesterday she said that it was just a big vergŁenza, meaning that it was really embarrassing for her. We didn't say much more. I arrived earlier than expected at the bus terminal and had sufficient time to go have breakfast. I opted for a torta (to remind you: a bun with stuffing, usually shredded BBQ meat, ham, chicken, lettuce, cheese and sauces), which was supposed to fill me up enough to last until Chetumal.
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... be here and they will be spending some money. He walked us back to his apartment to meet his wife and son. The baby was asleep, but we saw him later when they walked down to the beach where we were enjoying a beer and talking to Sammy at the Oxtahkah bar. We also met Peter, a friend and co-worker of Sammy. We are looking forward to camping there in Majahual, we already planned a get together with Sammy and Peter and their families.
... food for our survival ( did I mention the cerveza?)
7:00 and we've reached Playa del Carmen. It will be well after 8 before we have a chance to eat and exchange some more Canadian money. We've eaten all our snacks and long for the bag of nachos we left behind. We hope that we get some decent weather for our last few days but the forecast calls for rain. ...
... baked potato, and broccoli. For dessert we had banana splits. Yum! Overall, we were very impressed with the Almond Tree owners, Lynn and Bob, and their staff. They treated us like full paying guests the entire time we were at their resort. Kudos! Today was probably the best day in Belize so far. It ended with an awesome view of the full moon over the Caribbean Sea. Hope you enjoy the pictures. Until ...