Rio Caliente

Apdo. 5-67, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 43042, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Central Mexico and Gulf Coast

I love feet

A travel blog entry by joelsalmon

... subsequently take many pictures with them. Pretty sure they were my dad's too...

As we drove back I noticed all the old villages where the people wore traditional Mayan dress- the men with a special vest underneath and the women in a white dress embroidered with flowers at the top and bottom. These styles along with the old fashioned thatched-roof architecture are dying out and with them a distinctive and old culture. But then again, at least their houses don't leak as ...

Wowy

A travel blog entry by nacrobat

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... turn signals, it is this constant drifting into my lane, this infringement into my driving space, that spooks me most. Motorcyclists take certain lines and to avoid the gravel that is usually more prevalent on the edge, I often gravitate towards the center but you have to be very careful with that tactic on the curvy mountain roads of Mexico because you will very likely come face to face or bike to massive truck ...

Do They Know It's Christmas?

A travel blog entry by doove

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... was a proper amusing evening as doing comedy dancing to Mexican Christmas songs, chanting FELIZ NAV-I-DAD, FELIZ NAV-I-DAD. Then when it hits midnight, that's when the celebrations truly begin, and the Mexican's open their presents - we went off up to the rooftop, where we were treated to a pretty immense firework show across the whole city. Once that had finished, more rum commenced and went on until the early hours! I'd agreed to Skype family in the morning, but ...

First day and three mosquito bites already!!

A travel blog entry by vivianlam

... hour ride to the hotel and when we drove through it, I realized it's huge!!! It would be a good 10-15 minute walk to get from the hotel to the main entrance and that would be a brisk walk... I'll have to find a way to hitch a free ride. :) The bus (Rio del sol) is located on the highway and it takes you to Playa Del Carmen where you can shop on Fifth Avenue (very much like Hollywood Boulevard but with a Caribbean feel). It costs about $30 pesos ...

San Christobal Pueblas

A travel blog entry by canadiansmiley

Last day in the nice city of San Christobal. Decided to visit the two famous villages near San Christobal. Catching the local bus to San Juan Chamula is very easy from the Mercado. It costs 12M each way. The experience of visiting the Chamula village is one not to forget. Chamula group have a daily ceremony in their church. Church ceremony involves having candle lit, coca cola, water, chicken and egg. ...

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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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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding