Hotel Laguna Bacalar
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Kirsty was about to climb in one side, me the other but the taxi driver stopped her. He explained that it is not allowed to get into a taxi from the door adjoining the road. I'm not sure if this is true or not, and suspect that maybe the door just didn't work, but he got us to the Cenote without the car falling apart which was good. We walked down to the Cenote, its a few hundred metres across and almost perfectly circular. The edges are ...
... help to find something in Bacalar. He knew a few places, and I called them all up but to no avail. Everything was fully booked out. Stupid holiday season! I eventually encountered a hostel that still had space, but was a bit surprised about the room rate of about 4€.
At least I knew I would have a place to stay for the night. In Bacalar I had a tough time finding a taxi, but for 20 pesos it brought me to the hostel. There everything was dark, but I ...
... night Jac got up for the toilet and literally stepped on someone as guests where sleeping all over the floor. We were happy the next day on the bus heading far away from Bacalar, I am sure it would have been a different experience at another hostel but we were burnt and couldn't give a **** about the place. I pinched a few photos off the net to show how good the location is pity about the ...
... I guess my planning day yesterday could have been more effective. I'm staying in Xpujil tonight, business is slow and I manage to recruit the hotel chef as a guide for tomorrow morning with his 4x4. The two pre-teenagers running the place get me involved with their hotdog cart, which is really ...
... 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 ...