Hotel Suites Villasol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... well with Halloween and a lot skeletons in the bars. Bar fly and Kabbalah both had face painters making everyone look as scary as they could and they did a good job. As I have now secured a couple of solid friendships around town I have started beating the system like most Mexicans around here and I am scoring freebies from all over the place (life is going well) After Halloween brought the day of dead which is a Latin American tradition that is very similar to ...
... paddled the boat into a good position for the best views and photo opportunities. We don’t operate in the heat of midday, but do bring a sunhat.
As mentioned above, Mike thought of everything to make our experience a wonderful one. Each of us received a checklist of the 285 species of birds found in this area. We were encouraged to look for birds or animals and point them out using the hands of a clock ...
... thing the following morning. I was so excited as he'd said 100% guarantee we would see at least dolphins. We spend the remainder of the day swimming at the two unbelievably beautiful swimming spots. I was truly in heaven!! The following day we got up well before sunrise to get ready for our morning sea life adventure. We were off to see dolphins, turtles and hopefully whales too. It was incredible. By the time we'd come back to shore we'd seen ...
The trip from Flores (Guatemala) to Mexico was intense. A very early start, a very late bus, ungraded roads with pot holes the size of small swimming pools, a very cool border crossing involving a 20 minute boat trip down a river in full flood, getting lost on the other side, torturously repetitive Mexican radio, misdirections and stomach churning corners. 18 hours later (bus, boat, taxi, bus, bus and taxi) we were in San Cristobal de las Casas looking for food at 11pm.
... we dumped our bags, cranked up the ceiling fan and went to explore. There is not much to the little town, but has everything you need!! Food, booze and beach!! We spent the next 3 days topping up our tan and drinking on the beach. We also made a friend!! While sitting on the beach, a tall blonde dutch guy came up to ask if we could mind his bag while he went for a swim. A few bad beers later (we tried the local tipple, beer with tomato juice and a few extras and chilli ...