Hotel Ojo De Agua

Av. Rojo Gomez, Puerto Morelos, Riviera Maya, Yucatan Peninsula, 77580, Mexico | Hotel
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Puerto Morelos

A travel blog entry by wheresindi

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... out of the town.

The few days here were spent lazing around the beach, exploring out of the town to a cenote (A cenote is a natural pit or sinkhole resulting from the collapse of limestone bedrock that exposes groundwater underneath), and finding proper street food.

The cenote we went to was amazing, an open pit ...

Cancun :)

A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick

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... Sir you need to put that away NOW, or I'm going to have to call the police sir." "Okkkkkk..." I cooperated and put my multitool away, say what you want, I was clearly worried about the guitar. I wasn't planning on juking anybody, after all I'm the Canadian in Mexico, if anything I'm the one that gets shanked first. I promptly found a taxi and arrived at the hostel where I met my new friends Felipé and Nicholas. Felipé is from Uruguay, and Nicholas is from France. ...

Lately, some Ruins...

A travel blog entry by byebyesnow

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... held.

Our guide first took us to a spot where the people involved in sacrificial rites would have been treated to mushrooms or peyote before their big event:-) It was considered a great honour to be chosen to be sacrificed to the gods... although the Mayans more often sacrificed animals and birds. Most of our guides throughout actually have Mayan ancestry and many still speak the language. From there we went to the ocean to see the one building from that vantage point. ...

The Magic of Mexico

A travel blog entry by simbrent

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... it until it forms a dough then flatten it into little tortillas. We also tried an alcoholic beverage called Posh which is made from corn, it’s like homemade ouzo – hard stuff. We then travelled to San Juan Chamula another traditional village and even though they speak the same language they dress very differently, here the women all wear big woollen skirts. Photos are very restricted in this place as the people understandably don’t want their pictures ...

And the Journey Finally Begins...

A travel blog entry by atlpilot36

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... at a glacial pace with a mildly panicked looking driver clutching the wheel. The slower the car moves, the angrier the attendant waives and blows. Strange indeed.

In addition to learning parking rituals, staying in downtown Cancun rather than the beaches helps me avoid a homogenized hotel experience that I could find in anywhere USA (minus the bad tap water). Sleeping local also puts me a ...

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