Hotel D'Gomar

Address: Rueda Medina 150, Isla Mujeres, Yucatan Peninsula, 77400, Mexico | Hotel
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      Cancun day 5

      A travel blog entry by tpress29 on Mar 26, 2014

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      ... I'm visually distraught. 'Just go get something from the snack bar.' The what? I ponder my environment for a second, the kids in the pool, a few people play water volleyball while the guy on the microphone barks at them and encourages more play. He sees me standing there facing him and asks 'play senior?' I shake my head and say 'don't talk to me' under my breath. Older ladies and gentlemen laze by the pool. A lady drags her kid by the arm, out of the pool ...

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      ... the people who work in the tourism business (the only business in Cancun) live. It was definitely something I'll need to reflect on later.Then, we took a ferry at Puerto Juarez to Isla Mujeres (an island named by the Spanish after the statues of women they found; known as the island of birth). Isla Mujeres is a small fishing village, 4km in length, and it has a definite Caribbean feel. That night, we ate at a pizza place and then went out for ...

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      A travel blog entry by mickangrace on Jun 10, 2013

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      A travel blog entry by dan_and_lauren on May 07, 2013

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      Saludos de Mexico. Yes I did get that from my iPhone translator app, see I told you it would come in useful! I hope you're all having a fun time at work. Just to let you know it’s been a solid 30 degrees out here so far. I’m sitting writing this first instalment of our blog having just left the bus terminal in downtown Cancun. In 2 hours we’ll be at our next destination, Valladolid. 4 days in and it feels like we’ve already ...

      Feliz Navidad

      A travel blog entry by kim_puravida on Dec 28, 2012

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      ... an explore the pretty shopping centre which is situated by the lagoon After taking a couple of pictures with the massive shark, we decided to check out the Aquarium. Here we saw lots of fish, turtles, dolphins, sharks and we were allowed to feel the stingrays. This is the first time I've been brave enough to do this... my family can back me up on this one, because when we went to Stingray City in Grand Caymen I ...