Los Arcos Suites

Address: Av. Hidalgo Col. Centro, Isla Mujeres, Yucatan Peninsula, 77400, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Av. Hidalgo Col. Centro, Isla Mujeres.
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      Travel Blogs from Isla Mujeres

      Bumping into Whale Sharks

      A travel blog entry by mdobsonca on Jun 06, 2014

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      ... and trigonometry (why don't you try swimming perpendicular to the sharks path you idiot) I end up right on top of the beast on a couple of occasions. This is quite disconcerting because you are underwater looking for a shark and thinking, I wish someone would move this building out of my way so I can see the shark before you realize the building is swimming underneath you. Amazing! At one stage the camera was running while I looked for the shark, only to realize it was right in front of ...

      Cancun day 1

      A travel blog entry by tpress29 on Mar 22, 2014

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      ... traditional Mexican sound. And the video clip of a big fat Mexican in a small cowboy hat singing through the phone to a hot lady as she drove was hilarious too. I had no idea what was going on but I found it funny. In my indecision at the bar I suddenly realised I was drunk and it was close to midnight. I'd pretty much drank through my opportunity to go out. So I decided to take another, I was going for a swim. What an idiot I am. I pretty much went in ...

      Happy Mexican days!

      A travel blog entry by acrossthesun on Oct 18, 2013

      13 photos

      ... all directions. The area narrowed to a point where the meagre remains of the temple kept watch over the sea below. A path which led around the tip of the island went down to sea level, where we found a sign which denoted that this is the most eastern point in México. As such, if you were here in the morning you could claim you were the first person in México to see in the new day. A slow and scenic walk around the path was relaxing, and I thought of all the people on resort ...

      Hammocks, sand and turtles

      A travel blog entry by dan_and_lauren on May 07, 2013

      22 photos

      ... concerned it was going to leak.

      The first dive was called Manchones and Evan had practically guaranteed us that we would see turtles on the dive. I’d also heard that from quite a few previous dive guides so remained sceptical.

      During the dive we covered a lot of ground and saw many different species of tropical fish including barracuda, the biggest puffer fish I have ever seen, a couple of tuna, loads of parrot fish and ...

      If you can't swim, don't go snorkeling

      A travel blog entry by davelynch on May 02, 2013

      25 photos

      ... had a shop full of statues that he couldn't sell so he disposed of them in the sea. It's so bad that there isn't even a story behind it - probably because the story behind it is very similar to the story I just made up. The least they could do is lie and say that these were being transported in a hovercraft and an asteroid smashed into it, sunk the craft and all that is left is some moldy old statues that represent troubles past and future hopes. They could go even ...