Hotel Tucan Siho Playa
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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- Concierge desk
- Business center
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
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Not exactly sure if that is a grammatically correct title, but a little alliteration goes a long way. Seems appropriate as this old sea port, Campeche was once the hunting ground of numerous pirates like Henry Morgan and the town has built a bit of a tourist angle on this. And why not?
Thinking up titles for these articles is not as easy as you think and I was kicking myself earlier today when I realised what I should have called the previous one that ...
We all feel a bit weary today - somewhere between the heat and potentially a few too many wines last night to farewell Lillian who leaves us today. Breakfast is nice on the terrace overlooking the pool and then we check out and transfer to a big bus for the 5 hour drive to Campeche.
Chiapas has been good to us and we are looking forward to more heat as we approach the peninsula proper.
The drive between Palenque and Campeche is an easy one ...
We arrived early in the morning and we caught a taxi into town to look for somewhere to stay after a reasonably good nights sleep on the bus. Campeche is a UNESCO Heritage Sight because during the colonial days it was a walled city, built to fortify the city during the dodgy olden days. Our hostel was basic enough and we hired bikes and went to explore the city. Mexico reminds us a lot of home in ...
The church bells started to ring early this morning, well, it wasn't too long after daybreak so that's considered early. Still, it was good to wake up and go exploring the city before it got too hot.
We walked to Puerta de Tierra, 'Land Gate to the City', they had a small museum to learn a bit of the history before climbing up the steep path to the top of the walls. Being able to walk around the city with a birds ...
We were on the move again but not until the afternoon for the short bus ride to the coastal capital of Campeche City. After a leisurely breakfast at the hostel, we made use of the pool and hammocks - there can't be too many backpacker hostels with amenities this good.
The drive into the city bus station and from there to our hotel took us through the usual run down, shabby streets. It occurred to David ...