Vistalmar Hotel

Address: Avenida Rueda Medina s/n., Isla Mujeres, Yucatan Peninsula, 77400, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Avenida Rueda Medina s/n., Isla Mujeres.
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        Travel Blogs from Isla Mujeres

        Isla Mujeres and the underwater museum

        A travel blog entry by kayna on Aug 02, 2015

        2 comments, 90 photos

        The ferry from Cozumel was in good time, and took about 45 minutes to reach Playa del Carmen. Here we trekked through the crowds, back to the collectivo stop, and were very pleased to board a nicely air conditioned collectivo direct to Cancun. Again, the collectivo journey zipped by, even with two drunk young chaps sat in front of us blaring out …

        From Tampon Springs back to Mexico

        A travel blog entry by bellyschoeffel on May 01, 2015

        1 comment, 7 photos

        ... It took about 4 hours, and 25 tacks! By the time we got through, the winch wench was buggered but marginally better at tacking.

        Anchoring in Isla Mujeres was like coming home.

        On Wednesday Ken did things to engines while I took laundry to the wonderful washer women, got groceries, and tried to get through the paperwork of checking in - armed with six copies of everything. This time Customs decided they had to go aboard. ...

        The night we almost froze to death on a bus

        A travel blog entry by rcadventures on Dec 29, 2014


        ... for a currency exchange) I'm on the receiving end...which I'll have to keep in mind. Finally, after disembarking at the belizien border to pay our exit fee (37.50 bzd per person) and again to enter Mexico, and yet again to get our bags screened, we arrived at the Mexican town where you pay for the rest of your trip. James found his original bus, and bought the remaining fair off a local but not before exchanging 80 cad for 60 usd. Without that, we'd have had some ...

        Woah monsoon to sunshine!!

        A travel blog entry by tillykitch on Jun 03, 2014

        11 photos

        ... started to rain, we had a right mission trying to find a bus stop, after over an hour of wondering in the rain and asking Mexicans the way we eventually found a bus going in the right direction. We then missed our stop so decide to go for lunch at a shopping centre. We had a chilled night because we were getting up early for a day tour. Yesterday we were picked up at 7.30 to start our tour to see Chichen Itza, one of the new wonders of the world! (Our ...

        The Red Cross

        A travel blog entry by princesspanky on Jan 19, 2014

        6 photos

        ... The Red Cross in my mind conjures up thoughts of aid relief tents set up in a disaster stricken country or one ravaged by war so it was quite a surprise to see a well maintained building. Inside the waiting area it was clean and Mike was added to the list of patients to be seen. We only waited an hour which is good considering I have spent many hours in A&E waiting with Mike to be seen by a doctor after yet another football injury. One of the reasons Wally took us ...