Shambala Petit Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the entire day around the house here in Tankah Bay. Went out to the beach late - after all the presents had been played with - after the HotWheels track had been figured out and the HotWheels had been played with and cast aside. We went kayaking. How's that for a Christmas Tradition. Hugo made a roast chicken with tortillas, black beans, rice, plantains and chocolate truffles for dessert. Merry Christmas.
Heya! When our twelve days in Cuba came to an end we boarded a flight to Cancun, Mexico. Mexico was our gateway into Central America and our intention was to reach Belize within one week. Our priority in Cancun was to do laundry and organise our onward travel after almost two weeks without internet access! We made one excursion in Cancun by taking a bus to the hotel zone where most American holiday makers stay, and spent an afternoon there on the beach. We were both pleasantly ...
... time to visit them as people have come and gone, close to closing time as well. Keep it in mind for next time. After the ruins I rode back to the hostel stopping and picking some basic lunch up from the super market, rolls and jam. Rolls cost 1.5 peso so it's super cheap. I've been spending the afternoons relaxing watching the FIFA World Cup and siestering. Then later when it cools off riding to the beach and swimming. At ...
... in Chetumal, the first Mexican town after leaving Belize, we realized that we had lost an hour due to a different time zone and that we would arrive even later than we suspected. The bus to Tulum was a normal one, and we haven’t seen one of those since Colombia, and it even had air conditioning; but the way things looks can be deceiving and in the end it turned out to be as slow as his distant relative of Belize.
We managed to crawl to our hotel, a haven of ...
... was awesome. It's a limestone cave filled with water that you could swim in. It was just a big hole in the ground that we walked down into that was filled with crystal blue water. You would swim in and through a cave with bats and birds into another huge opening surrounded by forest. It was an awesome experience and lucky we had the time to see it.
Afterwards, we drove back to town, packed our bags and checked out of our hostel. We then caught a 3 hour bus ride to Chetumal.