Hotel Laguna Bacalar
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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I was woken up last night when my ceiling fan short circuited and sprayed fire all over my bed. I decided to change hostels. I pack a day bag and head to the bus station at dawn, but the first bus to Calakmul jungle reserve is at noon. I realise I won't have enough daylight to see the Mayan ...
Woke up quite refreshed today, I asked for extra blankets which resulted in awesomeness for sleep. Yesterday I learned that there was a collectivo from Mahahual to Bacalar, Mexico (my next destination). After getting all packed up and checked out I caught a taxi to Aroma cafe again as the collectivo stop was just across from it. Finished breaky and coffee just as the collectivo arrived, perfect timing. Transport from Mahahual to Bacalar totalled $60 pesos ($5.50). ...
... from tourists) and felt safe to walk in. No skinny dogs, hardly any rubbish in the street, nobody stared at us, and best of all the Holiday Inn (cringe - first one) had a swimming pool. We thought it was great!
Today we picked up our hire car (all ok despite the horror stories) and drove to lake Bacalar stopping at a restaurant on a Cenote, a freshwater sinkhole in the limestone. This one was 90m deep, straight down, and crystal clear. It was a bit creepy at first but we all ...
This was a stop off. It was very unique. A small place, nobody there.
Beautiful walk through the trees, A very lovely place. But bring a lunch.
You will want to just take your time and enjoy.
We unfortunately climbed up the tallest pyramid------there is a rope hanging down !!!
It just asked you to climb up. Butttttttt when we came down we seen a sign that said
" Please do not climb on the Pyramids" Oppppssss !!
You can see for miles up here.
... my little ducks and we hurried up the path only to hear another, similar sound up in the trees immediately to our left… almost like it was following us! Then it stopped and we soon forgot about it. We later learned that the noise was howler monkeys which we knew to be in the park… but I would not describe the noise as howling. And the noise was not made for our benefit; it’s the sound that the males ...