Hotel Posada 06 Tulum
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... me a better impression of the situation. And soon enough, when I talked to the captains that were all waiting on the beach, they told me that the conditions were just fine for snorkeling, but unfortunately they had no permission from their bosses to leave port (the beach). So I just decided to stick around for a while so see if conditions would improve. After all, I had all day to spend.
I decided to sit down on some chairs on the beach, together with a ...
... panic attack, the nurse in me, thrilled to have a medical task ran to get the tweezers. The blighter was removed correctly, once the patient was calm enough. It's legs wriggled in terror, until we burnt it alive. Now, before you go and call the RSPCA, these ticks can carry all kinds diseases. The ticker man was under direct observation for the following weeks.
Laguna Bacalar, the lake of seven colours, was a bit of a wash out... ...
... The town itself feels slightly more local because a lot of the resorts are directly on the beach, and we are staying right in the center. Our journey from Guadalajara to here was mostly unmemorable: taxi, airplane, coach bus, not-coach bus, and finally a short walk got us straight to our hostel yesterday. So today we decided to rock a different kind of transport- the bicycle. 1950's handlebars with a Toto basket. It was perfect for ...
... of Tikal. I will wrap it up here as we still have a lot to catch up on! Blogging is a bigger commitment than we expected, so hard to keep up to date! Stay posted for the next instalments of Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama. Tomorrow is the first day of our five day sailing trip through the San Blas archipelago to Cartagena in Colombia. I have been anticipating this part of our trip ever since the dream of a trip to Central/South America became a reality! ...
... to load more people maybe fifty meters after leaving the station and we always end up asking ourselves what is the use of these stations if people are waiting for the bus on the street anyway: it’s another mystery of this continent.
We crossed the border more or less easily, in the sense that there was no queue but as always Nina had to empty all her luggage for who knows what reason: strange, as I don’t really think she looks like the average smuggler. ...