Holbox Hotel Mawimbi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... as we jumped into the river from a huge swing, climbed up and jumped off a waterfall, and then a 9m bridge into the river, followed by tubing down the river. We were then given candles and headed into the water cave, which involved an hours walk through the cave at different depths of water (on occasions we had to swim as it was so deep), climbing up rocks and rope ladders, more rock jumping, and sliding down a mini rock slide into the unknown. Most surprising was that 'scared ...
... there are wearing Bob Marley T-Shirts and a cap with the cannabis logo... get the idea? All the seafood you eat all over the island is fresh and tasty, considering this is a fisherman's island. However, the food prices are close to a fancy Boston Fish House and they will take from 30 to 45 minutes to get your meal ready. The timing is the same almost everywhere, except for Casa Sandra, an artistic hotel owned by the ex-wife of Pablo MilanÚs, the famous Cuban musician. ...
... on the nightbus or in hammocks, we decided to treat ourselves to a bed - luxury!! After exploring the town and buying ingredients for dinner, we headed back to the hostal to cook and ended up chilling all evening with the other travellers. Most were heading in the opposite direction to us and had just been to the caribbean, so it was good to pick up some tips. Then this ...
... Temple were other highlights. Dude, this ruin was way rad. Tulum, Coba, and Chichen Itza were all very cool in totally different ways--beach, jungle, and purely excavated in a more grandiose Toltec style. At 8p, we watched the light-show, in Spanish, which was not as tacky as I'd thought it'd be. It was actually kinda trippy seeing the pyramid and other buildings lit up in a tasteful red, yellow, and blue, close to the colors they used to be largely painted. ...
... we departed. Drove back to Tulum for lunch. Found the same place where we had eaten years ago, with the great view of the beach below. Sat up on the bluffs, overlooking the white sand and tourquoise water. Food was fine. Kyl and I walked down to the beach; it was so bright. Almost unbearably so, even with glare-resistant sunglasses. We didn't stay for long. Returned to the table ... but, soon, everyone wanted to go down to the ...