Hotel Posada La Media Luna
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... br> After about an hour there, I'd seen all the random plants and flowers I could want to see, so I set off back towards town. On the way, I stopped off at one last museum, the Mayan Medicine museum. This one had a more put-together display showing the different traditional techniques, herbs and plants that the Mayan indigenous people use instead of modern medicine. They also offered a window into daily life -- since I missed yesterday's tours to the ...
... 2 quid for 2 mojitos yes please! After that it was time to leave and I woke up at 11 the next day for my first lie-in this holiday. Spiffing. Our final day there was free for us to do as we liked, so I had a delightful lazy day walking around the shops and markets. It began with a Burger King and ended dramatically when I got the runs in the middle of the market and had to sprint to the local toilet which had a 'pay-per-piece' system for toilet paper, which nearly bankrupted ...
... Cristobal. We walked all the way up to San Cristobal church which had great panoramic views of the San Cristobal. We then went to the handicrafts and sweets market and bought some more jewellery! Back to the hotel, shower and off to the Argentinian restaurant for some good ol' steak :) After the food fest, we went again to the wine and tapas place for a couple ...
After 2 nights at the Yax-Ha Resort (N18 33.665 W88 14.922) just outside Chetumal which offers nice facilities to overlanders, and a brief supermarket stop (we hadn’t taken a chance on bringing in much in the way of food etc across the border into Mexico), we headed up the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula.
Tulum lies a bit to the south of the popular tourist resort city of Cancun, the latter not being on our planned itinerary. Tulum is also a ...
... we visited today! This church was dedicated to John the Baptist, and it was very dark and airy. There were local girls outside in their local clothes, trying to get a photo with you, and then they would look for money from you for this privilege. We went to a small church beside the cathedral and here some local people were having a spiritual/ praying session. this was really cool to see. We then got on bus and headed to a local house/market and here they ...