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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Summary and thoughts on Mexico:
We found Mexico to be a very pleasant and safe country to visit.
It is a vast country and the geology differs from dry to tropical. Typical cacti on the horizon like the movies to tropical ...
... known as Zama, or dawn, due to its proximity to the place where the first rays of the rising sun hit the region. It was a port trading community in a privileged location, and an active participant in the redistribution of local and foreign products coming from Central America, the Pacific and Gulf Coast, and Central Mexico via sea routes, rivers and land. Its daily life was related to politics, magic-religious rituals, the arts and astronomical observations. This site ...
... cheaply done from Belize city however note this would require an overnight stay for anyone travelling from Tulum as the first bus from Chetumal is highly unlikely to get to Belize city in time to make the last ferry from there to Caye Caulker.
Arriving in Caye Caulker, we were greeted with the lovely suprise that we could see our hostel from the dock. The lovely Yuma's House is a haven for the weary traveller. Cue ...
... the places we thought about staying in either fully booked or with no one around so was told to stay in Hotel Inglaterra.
Not sure what impression they have of the English, but it must be pretty dire if they want to associate our country with that dive. At least with Kankun it wasn’t pretending to be nice – not only was this place pricey, but stunk of damp and the closest thing I could compare it to is a soggy rat.
Moving quickly on… it ...
... a collectivo and drove 20 minutes north. It was still just after dawn, only a few people strolled the beach at the time. After some frustrating searching for a spot to get in, we finally found a deserted spot down the beach. All of us got our gear on and jumped in. Nicole was the first to spot a Green Sea Turtle. It didn't seem to mind our presence and just casually went about its business. It wasn't long before each of us had seen a turtle, and we also saw ...