tabasco 28, Chetumal, Yucatan Peninsula, 77900, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Chetumal

Travel to Mexico via Belize

A travel blog entry by justin_and_emac

... We finally arrived in Chetumal at about 5pm and decided to spend the night in a hotel near the bus terminal rather than taking a 4 hour bus to Tulum that night. We tasted our first Mexican street food from a vendor near the bus station - quesadillas, and they were very cheap and delicious! Once again we were on watch for the next 9 hours to see if the food didn't agree with us! Still going ...

Lunch at June's Kitchen

A travel blog entry by wanderingcoles


... country. I have included a picture of the type of bus we will be traveling on. We have been told that the buses do fill up at certain times of the day with standing room only. If you don't get a seat, you could be standing for most of the trip or until a seat becomes vacant. Should be interesting travel. As we were walking around town considering where we wanted to eat, we watched a funeral procession ...

An experience worth sharing

A travel blog entry by hintonsinbelize


... about the scriptures Katie had written down for her. She had a couple, which we went over together. Unfortunately she only has a Spanish Bible and we don't have any English ones to give at the moment (in fact there seems to be none to be found anywhere in any country!) but we were able to share ours with her, which helped with her understanding. In the end she accepted it straight away, based on what she has now read in the Bible. Her husband came in and I introduced ...

Carribean Paradise

A travel blog entry by benneal


... and enquire about visiting the Mennonite towns but the roads are closed due to flooding. Backpackers is great and serve amazing breakfast with their homegrown fresh fruit and eggs from their chickens. Theres a friendly Coatimundi (like a tiny squirrel/monkey/fox), dogs and horses. Natalie and Ed arrived 8 years ago from France and never left - being here you can understand why.

Sleeping Through Mexico

A travel blog entry by thelees

This is a top pick!

... br> So in anticipation of this final Mexico blog we realised how tough it would be to narrow it down to a handful of highlights. There were just too many! But after much deliberation here are our top 10 places in chronological order (because ranking them would be near impossible):

1. Palenque for Indiana Jones style Mayan ruins
2. San Juan Chamulin for a proper culture shock
3. Oaxaca ...


This hotel, located on tabasco 28, Chetumal, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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