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TripAdvisor Reviews Xaloc Resort Holbox Island
Travel Blogs from Holbox Island
... than snowboarding because your legs are side by side not at a wide stance which gives you more balance. It also requires a lot of upper body strength (which I don't have) to use the paddle and manoeuvre the board. Over time I'm sure it would become easier but after half an hour I was done and let Mike have a go. We spent the whole day on the beach and had guacamole and nachos for lunch in the restaurant. The prices were good so we decided to have dinner there too. ...
... by mid afternoon we still had time to explore a bit so we went for a walk up the beach to the small town where we ate in a little restaurant on a side street recommended in the rough guide called Buena Vista. A family run fish restaurant where the catch is fresh everyday. I chose the Lobster as it was reasonable at £15 compared restaurants in Cancun where it's twice that. I also ordered a margarita which took a while to come, as did the food, the service ...
The sea is looking less stormy than the last three days luckily and so we are off to the island on a day trip. Not to be recommended. Paying our port tax of US$6 each had Cuba in our mind all over again. You had to wait in a long line outside a small office which was air conditioned with 3 terminals but only 1 person working. Needless to say the day didn't improve. We hadn't realized we ...
... we came out fighting and had such an incredible ride. Really. Thanks so much Rosie, I couldn't have asked for a better Cancun buddy, we have been through so much together, some down right mental times, incredible trips and hilarious moments... you are just amazing!
Next, to the two people who, with Rosie, have been there every step of the way, whether it was trips exploring Mexico, the cinema, eating, chilling, ...
... the day before, but at that moment transportation around the island sounded more appealing than more blisters on our feet! I have been in small boats like this before, but never one with quite this strong of a fish smell. The dead fish lying on the floor of the boat didn't help settle the stomach either. As we rode out toward the horizon we passed a beach that people could not reach on foot. Here we saw a group of flamingos! ...