Boca Paila Fishing Lodge
Travel Blogs from Tulum
... the strange chalk formations and fish
that lived there. As neither one of us have a diver’s license we couldn’t
explore the coolest parts of the cave system but now we have a reason to
return! After a lunch at a tourist trap where Fabian took a spoon-full of super
spicy picante salsa on his fajita and had to lay down for about half an hour we
made our way to Cancun. As we had about five hours before we had to leave ...
... 2 massive ones per person plus a box with a TV or something in it then 3 big carry on bags on top of it all. ******* ridiculous stuff. So it took us over and hour waiting at the carousel for our bags to come out amongst all the ****! Once we finally got out of there we headed to our Casa (local persons house who rents it out to tourists) in Old Havana. The Casa was really nice and the owners Julio and Aurora were really friendly. We stayed there 3 nights, ...
... Braving the rain but more so the traffic, the three of us scurried across to the bank in hopes that we made all the lights and weren't going to get run over. They don't have pedestrian signs here so it's rather difficult to know how long you have before the light changes again. We did make it across and stood in the line to find out that they required our passports to change the money. Forget it! I locked it up in the safe and that's where ...
... probably a bit strong as both of them told me in private that they hated him - I don't encourage hate, but this human is probably the worst person we have met to date. Even worse than the person who had a massive pooh in that 'urine-only' bus toilet once. A pooh so big that we had to pull over to sort out the stench situation.
- Son spent hours playing with a kitten that lived at our hostel. It's no secret that she loves animals.
- We then had ...
... most amazing experience; floating on your life jacket through the most stunning, clean water. It was incredibly peaceful and totally relaxing – I really didn't want it to end. All of us were in agreement that it was definitely the best touristy thing that we had ever done. Once we got back to the boat (about 20 minutes later) we were handed an ice-cold Corona to enjoy whilst sitting in the sun, drying off. Total ...
How has this ranch rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed