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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    Travel Blogs from Xcalak


    A travel blog entry by sarah.sam2015 on May 18, 2015

    4 comments, 14 photos

    ... It was quite a short tour but interesting and we got to sample a sweet rum and a dry one. They were both very good, especially the sweet one.

    Then it was on to a look out over the Vinales valley, beautiful view. There was a hotel right there as well. The area is very popular with 'touristic activities' as our guide called it like walking treks and horse riding. Then we drove through the town of Vinales which is really cute. All the houses are very ...

    2 days at Sea

    A travel blog entry by lijebaley on Mar 31, 2015

    10 photos

    ... a ship and fire can be a problem. It’s great fun to watch them make vases, cups, bowls and more intricate objects. We sailed on a sister ship of this one 2 years ago, cruising on the Solstice from Sydney to Honolulu. We saw similar glass blowing demonstrations then. Beyond that, the deck plan of this ship is identical to the Solstice. In fact, we’re in an identical suite, aft, port corner, but 2 decks lower than the ...

    Wonderful, changing Cuba.

    A travel blog entry by lorriem on Mar 13, 2015

    ... and flamenco dancers accompanied the food - the dance was great, and the group were of every colour and hair type - chocolate to olive, curly to straight, African to Indian. The male flamenco dancer was one of the few people whom we saw in Cuba to have Indian (South American?) features.
    After lunch we were given options, Mick and I decided to get the wild Atlantic air by walking back to the hotel along the Malecon. We hadn’t reckoned with the ...


    A travel blog entry by klartman on Feb 20, 2015

    1 comment, 42 photos

    ... of A4 papers and then started copying out a timetable by hand using a biro, writing down the name of every stop and it's arrival time. Ten minutes into this process, with a queue forming behind us I realised we could have just photographed the table she was dutifully copying, but I thought at this point it was a bit late to inform her such modern technology was available, lest I incur her wrath and she withhold the vital information; i.e. what day the train was supposed to leave. ...

    Days 18-25: Cuba

    A travel blog entry by janlodge on Jan 21, 2015

    47 photos

    ... of the city. I first headed to the Place de la revolution in the morning, then walked along the Malecon (a broad esplanade, walkways and seawall) that stretches for a good few miles along the northern part of the city and then dived into the city centre with all its great architecture, classic cars and bustling street scenery of times gone by.

    In the late afternoon I got chatting to a local c.50 year old Cuban who was sitting next to me on a park bench. He told me ...