Hotel Residencia La Mariposa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Trivia stayed here on Nov 15, 2014 during their trip titled: Two Months in Central America.
... we'll pay you the forty peso's that we agreed. He eventually drove off when he realised he wouldn't be getting his bonus. Leaving the Tulum ruins we were greeted by, what we have since discovered are called, Mexican Coyotes. They're nothing like Coyote's that I am familiar with (which is mainly from the roadrunner cartoons!), more like a cross between a monkey and a raccoon! A pack of them scurry through the trees and bushes beside the road, every now ...
... fashion unless it is presented outside with their bodies totally covered in war paint. Obviously. Other bonus factors about travelling with Kiwi's include not having to share your Vegemite as they simply aren't interested in putting it on their toast (crazyyyyy) and they will always take your tequila shot like a champion, which suits me marvellously as I really don't like it. In fact, their ability to identify tequila in almost any product is remarkable and they will ...
... looked dark in lens. Then took collectivo back and packed a bit then met Australian kylie in room and internet being **** and I needed to booked hostel for caye caulker so went to Internet cafe but not on any hostel booking sites so contacted them direct. Hopefully sorted! Then went for really nice pizza and got half of it as take away for journey tomorrow. Then got some money out then had my scoop of baileys ice cream - was amazing! Went back and packed then slept ...
... we stopped in another cave for a Mayan blessing. The blessing was conducted by one of the family elders burning resin over charcoal to protect us and keep us safe after descending into the cenotes, which to the Mayans is a dwelling place of the nines gods of the underworld and the blessing also protected us against bringing any negativity with us from underworld. Leaving the cave I felt lighter and very calm as we continued on to the Mayan ruins at Tulum. Robbie again impressed ...