Hotel Villas Delfines
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... that we officially offer is Guide Online – we don't have any Scandinavian staff on the island, so the guests will call us in Playa del Carmen if they need anything.
The local guides are great, though, and there's a good doctors clinic on the island, loads of good excursions in English and the local guides will be hosting their own welcome meetings, so I'm sure we won't have any problems with the distance.
On our website, we push for ...
Aerosaab charges $654.90 one way for the use of a Cessna single engine prop from Cancun to Holbox Island for 1 to 5 people.
Mayab Bus charges $6 one way to Chiquila and the ferry from there is $5.
Which do you think I chose?
You got it. It only took 3.5 hours to arrive here so all in all not a bad journey for a $655 savings. Throw in some local color gratis and the $11 more ...
We decided to make one final stop before heading to our final Mexican destination: The Caribbean coast. Valladolid is a small, bustling Mayan Mexican town, which is nice, but one day is sufficiente. We arrived quite late yesterday afternoon and once the tropical rainstorm had passed, we headed for a hostal that we heard was good and economical. Because we`d spent the past 2 ...
... we sat in a small town for an hour waiting for our bus, picking up more of the scene in the town square. Guys trying to pick up chicks, kids playing, crusin' cars...some things don't change. We got back to our hostel at 11:30p. The next day, Day 7, I think, we explored the town of Valladolid, in the interior of the Yucatan Peninsula. Dude was it humid!! But we enjoyed the small narrow streets, really cheap prices (not in tourist Mexico anymore!) ...
... that had 8 stelae. On the way, we passed an interesting oval/beehive-shaped pyramid. Very unusual. The ball courts also seem different from Chichen-Itza -- more narrow, with sloping sides and larger rings. Overheard a guide telling his group that snakes were a symbol of fertility because they enter any hole they can find. The stelae were very worn. We were also growing weary, so we returned to the entrace, visiting the last group of ...