Travel Blogs from Chetumal
After two days in Cancun and two days in Tulum, we rushed our way south to the Mexico / Belize border. The city of Chetumal is the state capital of Quintana Roo, a border city with Belize, but with almost none of the frontier negative stereotypes.
Yucatan Mexico has changed a lot in our view since the 10 years we have not …
Chetumal, c'est plus un arrêt forcé qu'un choix: bus pour le Guatemala reporté de 14h30... à 7h le jour suivant!
Après quinze jours d'errance au Mexique on a enfin trouvé le Saint Graal de la bière: la Barrilito. Sur cette découverte on a pris un 6-packs bien frais, interrompu par un type qui après une mauvaise chute n'avait pas reçu tous …
Had to stay here because the buses didn't work out for us from Playa. Wouldn't really recommend it!
Got a bit intimidated by all the locals and found ourselves in a popular global burger chain. Don't say anything, we feel bad enough already.
The bus was with the same company and was exactly the same as the insanely hot bus we caught yesterday, so we were fully prepared for the journey with the least amount of clothes on possible, lots of water and sat as near to the feeble air con unit at the front of the bus as we could. As we pulled off from Chiquila the driver switched on the air …
So after 6 or so weeks on the road Montys planning still isn't that flash. In making attempt to get down into Belize i was a little slow in reaching the border town in Chetumal so needed to stay for one more night.
This is maybe a good point to reflect back on my Mexico experience. I have to say that it blew me away in so many respects. All of my expectations were exceeded and any apprehensions unfounded.
'As an aside i have ...
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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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.