Hotel Marcianito

Address: Abasolo 10, Isla Mujeres, Yucatan Peninsula, 77400, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Abasolo 10, Isla Mujeres.
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      Caymans to Mexico

      A travel blog entry by bellyschoeffel on Mar 13, 2015

      5 comments, 5 photos

      ... and thus cannot give an exact description. Anyway, I hadn't liked the idea of possibly losing a thumb, so I wasn't too upset. I snorkeled on and, lo and behold, I was surrounded by stingrays!! There were about 30, mostly about one to one and a half metres across. Fortunately they didn't seem too interested in me or my thumbs. One did come up to me and I got such a fright I squeaked and he went away again. As for having had their barbs ...

      Day 77 - Relaxing by the pool

      A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Aug 30, 2013

      ... The pool at the hotel isn't very big but it was only us there all day so we enjoyed having it to ourselves, also the restaurant is right next to it so we got served drinks when we were thirsty. Later in the afternoon we headed back to the room to freshen up. We headed down to the shopping complex down the road for dinner and had some more of the Chinese that we enjoyed the other night, this time it wasn't as good. After dinner we went into ...

      Mayan Ruins, Beach, and Tequila!

      A travel blog entry by travellingross on Feb 23, 2013

      50 photos

      ... cycle and invented a very accurate calendar. They worshipped many gods and had a very tribal existence of warriors, royalty and human sacrifice. The latter comprised a brutal ritual at the conclusion of each calendar 52 year cycle (of which 21 Dec 2012 is associated with!) where a prisoner of war was sacrificed on the high altar by bending his back to the point of cracking the spine and then the Priest removing his heart while still alive! All in full view of the ...

      ¡Holy Guacamole!

      A travel blog entry by dgsutherland on Oct 24, 2012

      ... went down then to my surprise got shot out the side of the building into the sea outside. When the foam came on we went onto the dancefloor and instantly lost our jandals. I recovered mine straight away but Tess wasn't so fortunate. I managed to find one along the perimeter along with dozens of other partnerless jandals. About 4 hours later when the foam had disappeared the other jandal reappeared. That called for another Piņa Colada to celebrate. We left at 3:30am. Not a ...

      Coba and Cenote

      A travel blog entry by tridentalx on Apr 09, 2012

      5 photos

      ... nicely with some Mexican fare and an awesome salsa which the waiter did warn us was quite spicy!! By this point you can imagine we were very hot and sticky and so the best way to cool off is by visiting a Cenote.  These are caverns and sinkholes that are filled with crystal cool water formed from the limestone rocks on this peninsula.  We visited Grand Cenote which is great and we could snorkel  and see ...