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TripAdvisor Reviews Xaloc Resort Holbox Island
Travel Blogs from Holbox Island
... from a small amount of old seaweed the beach and waters were mainly clear of it. We spent every day at some point on the beach enjoying the perfect weather, with always a bit of a breeze.
One day we hired a golf cart for a couple of hours, at 300 pesos (just over a tenner) to explore the rest of the island as we didn't fancy cycling in the heat. It was our first time in a golf cart and after seeing kids driving them about we thought ...
... to the hospital. I was quite nervous about visiting a hospital in a foreign country where we did not speak the language. But, they took such great care of me! A bit odd, but, they make you pay as soon as you walk through the door, before you even see the doctor. Hopefully, my health insurance will reimburse us the expense. The ear, nose & throat doctor was very nice. He put some drops in my ear then ...
... tapas restaurant, The Flavor Market, for a few appetizers before our main meal. Nice concept, just not my favorite. Not sure I'd return. Next, dinner at Agave, the Mexican restaurant on the resort. This place we love! Great dinner. But, we were too stuffed to get our favorite Mayan Coffee. Oh well, we still have plenty of time for it! Nothing left to do but, do some dancing to work off that dinner. And more drinks, of course! Way too late of a night. Way too much to drink! But, so much ...
... With a solid crew of people the standard Isla Mujeres tradition is to hire a golf buggy and tear around the island with a couple of bruskies in the back. Oskar from Sweden, Kelvin from Singapore, Axel from Mexico, jeff from USA and myself packed into a 4 seater golf kart and went as fast as we could over speed bumps with another golf kart crew from the hostel doing their best to keep up. The island is only small but has enough speed bumps and off road tracks to score some hang time ...
... holbox island dream was not off to a great start as all streets were flooded and I was getting very wet but made it into the hostel. Isla Holbox is a cool Caribbean island with the primary mode of transport being golf carts and then closely followed by bicycles. Holbox has white sand and clear water and reminded me a lot of my green island living. Prices are a little inflated due to the hotel scene but the amazing street art and colourful buildings make it worth the ...