Hotel El Cedro

AV.HEROES 103 ENTRE PLUTARCO E. CALLES Y LAZARO CARDENAS , Chetumal, Yucatan Peninsula, 77000, Mexico | Inn
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This inn is located on AV.HEROES 103 ENTRE PLUTARCO E. CALLES Y LAZARO CARDENAS , Chetumal.
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Travel Blogs from Chetumal

Travel Day - Flores to Chetumal

A travel blog entry by gjhoy on Jan 15, 2014

730am departure but in true Latin American style we were told not to worry till 815. Our shuttle arrived at 813. Today I was still feeling dreadful so again a bit of a blur. Border crossing - Guatemala into Belize was surprisingly quite easy. Greeted by a guide who swapped our quetzals for a decent rate and crossed the border with minimal hardship. Back to the bus - another couple of hours to Belize City 6pm reached the Mexican border Taxi to our hostel La ...

Lamanai Mayan Ruins tour

A travel blog entry by wanderingcoles on Oct 12, 2013

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... people; Belmopan has about 14,000, while Corozal Town has about 9,000. Orange Walk Town has two stop lights - at least that was all I saw. And around here, stop signs are merely a suggestion and not enforced. Stop lights are the only signals/signs they adhere to. You take your life into your own hands when you drive through these towns (and when you walk) especially at peak travel times. Well, that is enough for now. I hope you are enjoying my posts and pictures. Until ...

It's the little differences

A travel blog entry by hintonsinbelize on Jul 21, 2013

4 comments

... UK. The roads here are ridiculous! Imagine a pothole in England... well, the potholes here are nothing like that! Firstly, they are much deeper and wider and when filled with water you have no idea how deep they are. If you have back or neck problems then you had better have a good suspension and a careful driver at the wheel. Secondly, they are everywhere. I don't just mean every road has them, but every road is littered with them. You find that you are swerving and turning all ...

First Sunday.... Moving In

A travel blog entry by hintonsinbelize on May 19, 2013

4 comments, 10 photos

First thing this morning I had to go and fetch the bunk beds for the house as we need to move into the house. So, early start for me - 6:45AM. We also needed to check out of the hotel. Last night we packed up a lot of our things so we made a head start. While I went off to sort out the beds Katie finished off packing and got the boys ready for the meeting.

We went to the English group in Xaibe (pronounced Shy-bay) which was to start ...

Adios Mexico, its been mucho bueno

A travel blog entry by montyontheroad on Jun 15, 2012

So after 6 or so weeks on the road Montys planning still isn't that flash. In making attempt to get down into Belize i was a little slow in reaching the border town in Chetumal so needed to stay for one more night.

This is maybe a good point to reflect back on my Mexico experience. I have to say that it blew me away in so many respects. All of my expectations were exceeded and any apprehensions unfounded.

'As an aside i have ...