Holbox Hotel Mawimbi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Florida to the north east. The island itself consists of sand and jungle. There's a small harbor near the center of the only town.
The town is very cosy. The streets are made of packed sand, and you get around by golf carts. We have 10 hotels on Holbox, and we spent yesterday visiting them. A lot of information to take in, and names to remember. We have two local guides on the island to help us with service and transportation, as the only ...
... tastes the same at Concourse A at the Atlanta Airport, TJ Maxx shops the same as in Orlando, FL, the people look the same as in Denver, Colorado, and even the language is the same as in Honolulu, HI 4,968 miles away. I dare you to find this blandness strewn across Vietnam.
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We decided to make one final stop before heading to our final Mexican destination: The Caribbean coast. Valladolid is a small, bustling Mayan Mexican town, which is nice, but one day is sufficiente. We arrived quite late yesterday afternoon and once the tropical rainstorm had passed, we headed for a hostal that we heard was good and economical. Because we`d spent the past 2 ...
... in an underground cave (a cenote) for a few hours before heading back to Tulum. On the way back, our bus took a single-lane dirt road for some time through tiny, impovrished Mayan villages, and we even had the chance to see a cow being slaughtered and cooked--at the same time--on the dirt on the side of the road! The 3 Mayan Ruins were way more cool than I'd thought they could be, and the stormy and sunny alternate weather really added a very cool element to ...
... that had 8 stelae. On the way, we passed an interesting oval/beehive-shaped pyramid. Very unusual. The ball courts also seem different from Chichen-Itza -- more narrow, with sloping sides and larger rings. Overheard a guide telling his group that snakes were a symbol of fertility because they enter any hole they can find. The stelae were very worn. We were also growing weary, so we returned to the entrace, visiting the last group of ...