Travel Blogs from Cancun
... we had drinks at a bar, where I ordered the litre of Mango Michelada which was accompanied with a picante chamoy. I have no idea what this chilli stick was, but I tried it, much to their amusement. SO STRANGE. They add chilli to everything here! At around 2am a change of scenery was in order so we tried to go to Sensations, the rooftop bar, but it was full. So we ventured into the hotel zone to join the party in Sweet. Oh my. I thought ...
... advanced civilisation but came to their demise when drought hit and they had no water to grow maize to eat. A very impressive city.
Then onto Campeche, which is another UNESCO world heritage city because it’s still surrounded by the old city walls. This was our first sighting of the gulf of Mexico. Campeche was really just a stop to see Uxmal, another Mayan ruin – but I won’t walk you through that one cos I know this blog is huge.
... about 12 movies.
- tower heist
- mission impossible
- dependables - george clooney one
- sherlock holmes
- newyea rs
- and heaps of others just cant think of the names
... buffet restaurants, souvenir and gift shops, snorkelling areas, we watched manatees swim around, saw the dolphin swim area and there was also a zipline you could do included in the park entrance fee.
When we first pulled into the Xel-Ha parking lot a huge iguana was hanging out waiting for us! He said hello.
I highly recommend seeing the park. They take a portion of the dolphin swim money and put it towards keeping ...
... important the North American market is to these communities. The issues of violence in northern Mexico has affected visitation to the entire country which combined with the economic situation means a lot of empty hotel rooms.
Our last dinner, on the national day of independence, was marred by the waiter trying to cheat us on the bill. Finally I was able to get one back for all ...