Rio Caliente

Address: Apdo. 5-67, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 43042, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Apdo. 5-67, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Central Mexico and Gulf Coast


A travel blog entry by maxison on Jan 29, 2015

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While were in Mexico, we stayed at the Hard Rock Hotel in Rivera Maya. It was a free trip with expenses free including lodging, and airfare. The food that we had was traditional Mexican cuisine that we cooked from food we got from a grocery store, which cost about 320 pesos, or 20.75 US dollars. The first day we had carne asada, then burritos, and lastly chile relleno. We stayed for three days and had pretty much the same thing. ...

Thanksgiving in SMA

A travel blog entry by michi40 on Nov 29, 2014

... for our documents. At least there are forms online and I can Fed Ex my documents and get an apostille Fed ex’d back. Dieter may have more problems getting his. So if it ends up that we can’t get everything together for a Mexican wedding, then we’ll get married in Germany. In any case we will manage it, but we were looking forward to marrying here. (Dieter was hoping we could dress up in Mexican costumes for the wedding).

Loving Life and Looking Forward

A travel blog entry by michi40 on Oct 12, 2014


... but it doesn't really compare to living in Europe. This time we're taking time to visit some other areas like Zacatecas, Oaxaca and Cancun. The one thing I will miss is teaching. We're both teaching English a couple days a week in a night class for adults. I have 27 students and he has 21 - it's a lot of prep, but very satisfying work. We're volunteers but we give it a full effort. The students are ...

RVers, Cock fights, Ugly American and Tecate

A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Mar 26, 2014

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... on the floor! He truly soiled the reputation of Americans. The drive from Ensenada to Mexicali had some stunning scenery in parts. Between Ensenada and Tecate the highway goes through Mexico's own wine country and there are plenty of sections with good quality twisties. A quick stop in Tecate to quaff, what else, a Tecate beer. It's not my fave but how often does one get a chance to drink a beer in the city that bares its name. Finally from Tecate to ...

Do They Know It's Christmas?

A travel blog entry by doove on Dec 25, 2013

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... 2 hours in a traffic jam. The day after I took a trip out with Angel (a Mexican guy I'd met in the hostel) to some Zapista village towns which were a bit odd. The Zapista's are very politically minded and independent from the Mexican government i.e. they run themselves. Each town has its own identity and dress. The first town was unbelievably grim and looked like the end of an apocalypse - they wore some purple coloured dress but were really arsey about taking ...