Villas Tacul Boutique Hotel & Marina
Travel Blogs from Cancun
... The manzana number is not always clear and few householders bother to put numbers on their properties. How the postman does his job is a question I often ask. Anyway back to last night, we arrive at their home which is two stories and they live on the first floor which you access via an external staircase. Inside is a large open plan studio flat with high ceilings, crazing paving tiled floor, white walls and inverted alcoves with soft lighting. ...
... I was traveling down to
Belize as a volunteer to teach the Bible. He said: “You are the
ones with tose little books right?” It turned out that a co-worker
of his has just given him a “Truth” tract to read. Anyway we had
a really nice conversation all the way back to the hotel. We are
I have always wanted to take a trip
like this with my mom and I'm glad I did. Thanks mom!!!!!
... go to the toilet before you wash your hands….
Beer was absolutely fantastic and it annoys me no end that we can’t do in Australia what they do here. We’ve gone through two weeks without once drinking a Corona. There was dark, clear and amber beer and we haven’t had a beer that wasn’t nice (this in contrast to Ecuador where the beer was foul and Costa Rica and Cuba where it was OK but nothing special). ...
... lull just before the Easter and Spring Break high season. We walked further along the beach as the sun dipped behind the hotel buildings until we found our way back to the road and took a bus back to the hostel. It had been a long day and it was nice to relax on the roof terrace with our complimentary margarita cocktails overlooking Cancún by night at the end of it.
Day One Hundred and Ninety Six - Thursday 21st March 2013 AM
The hostel in ...
... got back to my room about 8pm. Annoying, but hey...the thought of two weeks in the Caribbean has a strange way of taking annoyance away. There were just 2 of us in the bus the next day to Accra. Me and a guy I get along with really well. We were even on the same flight to NYC. I tagged along with him to the new company office in Accra where he had to collect his passport and then a bit of souvenir shopping. Good to get out, only my 2nd time. At 7pm we were ...