- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
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... beautiful place in Mexico
Our next stop was one of our favourites and we thought the most beautiful in Mexico. Laguna Bacalar aka ‘the lake of seven colours’ so called because of the seven shades of blue you see looking at the lake. We got stuck here for a couple of days, swimming in the warm water and enjoying the amazing view from our hostel overlooking the lake.
PARLENQUE, mystical jungle swathed ruins
Moving between natural ...
... in the airport again on the 14th, nobody actually asked for our ticket out of Mexico. When we arrived at immigration in Mexico, again, nobody bothered to ask for that same ticket. Anyway, we had an amazing time in Madrid, so we are not complaining.
We arrived in Canc¨n, and, of course, didn't like it very much. We spent a day at the beach trying to get rid of the jetlag. The next day, still very much jetlagged, we took a bus South, to Tulum. There we already found ...
... br> During a rain break we took a boat tour through a canyon, which was great, although we didn't stay dry too. We drove 2 hours through this amazing canyon with crocodiles and lots of little waterfalls, the driver made NO attempt to not drive through them
Meanwhile we got told quite a few times beginning in the USA that we developed an aussie accent and use aussie slang, such as "heaps" for "lot". We didn't even know that was ...
... take a taxi and just be stuck in traffic. It was only a fifteen minute walk and gave us our first glance of the streets - narrow cobbled streets with the beautifully painted buildings we had become used to.
We were soon standing outside the building where Rossco Backpackers Hostel should be but there didn't appear to be a door - just a large, plain black garage door. On closer inspection, there was a normal sized door in the large door - David ...
... into us. We eventually ran out of light still 100km short of our destination and were fortunate to find a cheap roadside hotel to lick our wounds.
The next morning we pressed on with the wind just as bad, then turned north into the mountains at the town of Arriaga. We climbed into the mountains on the “old” road leaving the exposed “new” toll road to vehicles weighing more than a tonne, and finally found some still air near ...