Paraiso Del Pescador

San Agustinillo, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from San Agustinillo

Day 5 - Our Adventures in Costa Maya, Mexico

A travel blog entry by gilmer

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... we continued on the road (promising to return to the restaurant at a later time).

Let's just say that there was a lot of water on the roads. There were lots of pot holes and tons of rain in them. It rained for part of the day that we were in Mahahual but cleared up later in the day.

Joanne and I went in a lot of pot holes. We did not have any problems getting to one part of the island but on the way back, the golf cart kept stalling. I would ...

A True Mayan Experience

A travel blog entry by thedawsons

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... cruised to Cozumel. These ruins were partially excavated in the 1990s. We met a couple from Seattle that took pictures for us that we enjoyed a lot of conversations with.

To me, the visit inside the home and the lunch was fabulous. We made a tortilla, walked around the yard, ate a delicious lunch. The ladies were so gracious and could not speak English. We enjoyed barbecue chicken which ...

Mayan Ruins at Kohunlich

A travel blog entry by kimberly_r

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Today we stopped in Costa Maya, Mexico from 12pm to 7pm. Costa Maya is a town built for the cruise ships with restaurants, shops, and a beach. I chose instead to go on an exursion to the mayan ruins at Kohulich, which was about two hours away.

We were a large group of about 50 and the it was long drive but our tour guide ...

A visit to Chacchoben, Mayan ceremonial place

A travel blog entry by c.i.222

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Map of Chacchoben

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NOTE: I posted a picture and blog about meeting up with brothers we met in Costa Maya in the first blog of this series. Here's a picture ...

Life's a Beach

A travel blog entry by michellendave

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... br> We expected to stay in Mazunte or the more backpacker oriented Zipolite. But we spoke to an American couple, who have a retirement home there, and they pegged us for the types who would prefer the quieter more family oriented San Agustinillo beach which is saddled smack in the middle of the other two. So we went another kilometer to San Agustinillo and didn’t feel compelled to investigate ...

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This hotel, located in San Agustinillo, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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