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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Ucum Chetumal
Located in the center of city, walking distance to everything you need. Good for a short stay, has parking and swimming pool. Good value. Maybe a little noisy if the hotel becomes full.
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... I have encountered yet). Now for a growing lad like myself, that was a bit on the thin side, so I headed across town and found a little restaurant where I was able sit out outside and have some eggs, bread and naturally squeezed orange juice.
The journey itself was fairly nondescript as you would expect from sitting for six hours on a bus. We headed due south along the side of the Gulf of Mexico, before taking a sharp left hander and kept straight on ...
Siamo gli unici che scendono alla fermata di Chetumal in Messico alle 3 di mattina, la stazione dei bus e’ completamente vuota per cui prendiamo un taxi direttamente all’hotel.
Siamo qui solo per visitare questa famosa laguna chiamata Bacalar e dobbiamo dire che e’ veramente impressionante; sembra di essere nel mare dei caraibi ma in realta’ l’acqua ...
... which way to go. A Mexican guy in a truck rolled up and told us it was a holiday weekend so there was no room at the place to the left, and there would be a party at the place to the right, so we followed the hand-painted signs pointing right to “Mis Casas Aventuras de la Jungla Amable.” The road got even rougher, but at the end we turned down a driveway and into a haven! It looked like an Ontario cottage country retreat, with its Adirondack chairs on the dock ...
Note: I typed this post last night (Friday) but then had internet issues again so could not post until today. Hi everyone. Well, I think we have the internet issue resolved. I am keeping my fingers crossed. Yesterday, Jeff and I went on a tour of the Lamanai Mayan ruins. We left our house at 7:00 am, walked to the main road and waited for the bus to pick us up and take us to Orange Walk. The buses here are old school buses, and we all know that school buses are not ...
... looking for a phone. Once we found the second ADO bus station, we decided to bite the bullet and make the phone call from my Verizon phone. Not going to happen. When I turned my phone on, I didn't have any service - no internet, no texting, no cell phone. Now what? By this time it is almost 3:30. Jeff saw a man who looked American so he asked him if he spoke English. Yes! We told him our predicament and he let us use his phone to make the call. Thank you so ...