Casa Maya De Jose Lima

Calle Sierra | Playa Norte y Paseo Carey, Holbox Island, Yucatan Peninsula, 77500, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle Sierra | Playa Norte y Paseo Carey, Holbox Island.
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    Travel Blogs from Holbox Island

    Swimming with Whale Sharks

    A travel blog entry by alexandannam on Aug 27, 2011

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    ... over turned and we ended up have the most relaxing week ever.

    The highlight however had to be swimming with the Whalesharks (thank you ESA). This is still to this date the most amazing thing I have done on this trip (and we are in Bolivia now). Because we arrived just at the end of the season, we ended up being the only boat to go out the day we went out and were warned we might not see many if any whalesharks. It took about an hour to get out to where ...

    Last stop before el Caribe

    A travel blog entry by pippaj on Dec 20, 2006

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    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 ...

    MEXICO: Mayan Ruins of Coba and Chichen Itza

    A travel blog entry by mkcarr on Aug 06, 2006

    15 photos

    ... Temple were other highlights. Dude, this ruin was way rad. Tulum, Coba, and Chichen Itza were all very cool in totally different ways--beach, jungle, and purely excavated in a more grandiose Toltec style. At 8p, we watched the light-show, in Spanish, which was not as tacky as I'd thought it'd be. It was actually kinda trippy seeing the pyramid and other buildings lit up in a tasteful red, yellow, and blue, close to the colors they used to be largely painted. ...


    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Apr 13, 2006

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    ... we departed. Drove back to Tulum for lunch. Found the same place where we had eaten years ago, with the great view of the beach below. Sat up on the bluffs, overlooking the white sand and tourquoise water. Food was fine. Kyl and I walked down to the beach; it was so bright. Almost unbearably so, even with glare-resistant sunglasses. We didn't stay for long. Returned to the table ... but, soon, everyone wanted to go down to the ...

    Coba Mayan Ruins

    A travel blog entry by tll-tina on Jan 11, 2006

    ... It was highly recommended that we go and climb the pyramid so off TL and I went on the 4km roundtrip walk and then the 127 steps to the top of the pyramid for the amazing view.....the americans rented the mexican taxi (guy on bike pedalling you around) and had the nerve to yell "giddy-up" to their driver.....SHEESH! The zip-lining and ...