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0800 hrs saw us heading 8 nautical miles north east from Isla Mujeres out into deep blue waters in search of a whale shark or two! Our vessel: The Moby Dick. Seriously. Fresh fruit and water kept us busy on the 45 minute ride out to the migration pathway from the Gulf of Mexico out into the Caribbean.
We knew we had …
Although its name may conjure unrealistic images of a tropical hideaway teeming with primitive, sexually frustrated Amazonian beauties lecherously stalking unsuspecting male visitors with unsavorily deviant intentions (as Bo Derek sashays out of the water in slow motion) the Island of Women is, in reality, a small and quiet vacation stopover just a …
... 45min early :) Back at the hostel as the rain continued to thunder down we weren't moving that evening. Out came the deck of cards and we consoled ourselves with several margaritas...or pins coladas when Michele was at the bar!! Day 9: Tuesday 7 January When we woke the rain had stopped but the clouds were still looming. We took a taxi to the turtle farm, one of the key tourist attractions on the island (apart from the beach!!). It was really cool to be able to hold the ...
... on a few other websites. Cheap(ish) and cheerful. The waiter (/owner we guess) was worth it alone. He was bung-eyed (but we're not making fun of his misfortune), and was hilarious (more to himself than other I think). He made multiple jokes, many of which were is Spanish and flew metres over our heads. But he still laughed. The ones that hit were good though :) The food was very tasty. It's a little walk from the main drag, but still easily walkable in a town that's about 800m ...
... more than the others. Bit of a rip off but not bad value for a 3 hour trip that took more like 4.5hrs.
Pool time, then food at a decent roof top place but migrate back to brisas for the best margs.
Brekkie-Pool-Shopping-Pool-Brisas. Another easiest of days on our last full day. Manage to leg it down to Brisas before the rain started. First ones in there , last ones out. Many other customers tonight, i counted them all in, and i counted them all back out ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Bucaneros Isla Mujeres
Friendly service, excellent breakfast and well kept rooms. I stayed in one of the (very) small rooms but it was still good value for Isla Mujeres. Only downside is no real common area to hang out in.
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