Playa Sonrisa

Address: Caribbean Costa Maya, Xcalak, Costa Maya, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Caribbean Costa Maya, Xcalak.
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      A Mexican beach Christmas

      A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Dec 22, 2014

      18 photos

      ... s and Hornby's but we were thinking of you all and missing that special family time of the year. We certainly did have a lovely time at Xcalak and Sin Duda, it is one of the best places we've been to so far. So much so we couldn't help looking in real estate windows: for only $100,000 US you can buy a block of land straight onto the Carribean or a holiday house for $250,000, how amazing is that! If anyone wants to go in, let us know ...

      Beautiful Cuba

      A travel blog entry by vmason on May 28, 2013

      11 photos

      ... the alley, with rhumba and rapping and people going to town. We then ended up at his mother’s place as it was Mother’s Day (which is a big deal there, they call it “Happy Birthday of Mama!” and lots of people could be seen on the streets carrying their Mother’s Day cakes) – and his sister and niece broke out into the best mother-daughter karaoke duet ever, full-on Spanish Celine Dion at work here. Then it was off to a promenade with beautiful ...

      The Last Hurrah

      A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Jan 20, 2013

      5 photos

      ... br> - these country houses did not have glass windows, instead simple shutters that are opened and closed as needed.
      - when the TV was switched on, there appeared to be about 20 people watching it. If there was no seat for them, they watched standing up or by leaning through the windows. Perhaps some villages only had one or two TVs and the whole community was watching!
      Many houses did not appear to have electricity, as you could see the candles flickering.

      Hotel Los Americas

      A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Jan 10, 2013

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      ... through. With a set menu for the equivalent of $12, we had a wonderful meal, then an elderly gentleman sat down with his guitar and played many popular tunes (that we old-timers recognised) , as well as the local 'son' style Cuban music. The gentleman also sang some of his own compositions, which were translated by our tour guide. It was a lovely evening, and of course, the highlight was the music, as usual.
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      Moments in History!

      A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Jan 07, 2013

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      ... a mile off!!!! We set off down Calle 23, which is one of the main streets in this part of the city, arriving back at the Melecon. We then walked along the promenade towards the lighthouse and to Prado, where our hotel is situated. Tis area is now under reconstruction in an attempt to recreate the original buildings. for many of them, it will be a challenge, as they are so neglected and decayed that it would take a lot of money to ...