Boca Paila Fishing Lodge

Address: Km 25 Carreterra Tulum-Punta Allen, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, 77600, Mexico | Ranch
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      Mexico - Tulum

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Oct 17, 2014

      43 photos

      ... a pretty good deal considering that the room was very clean, furnished and nicely decorated. It also had private bathroom and incredibly fast WiFi connection. The only bad thing were mosquitoes as there were millions of them not only outside but they also kept infiltrating into our room.

      Once we settled down we went out to have lunch. There was a really nice Mexican girl, Valentina, working at the reception who recommended us a restaurant "Loncheria Aguacate". ...

      Chelanda goes to Mexico :)

      A travel blog entry by amanda.gwillim on Sep 25, 2014

      25 photos

      ... called dolphin beach, from downtown to catch the R1 local bus which cost $20 PESO RETURN! And they drop you right out the front! We walked along the beach and went into a resort to have a look around ended up hanging out in the hammocks and swimming in their pool! :) didn't get Introuble too which was a bonus haha :) We got hungry so headed to the Main Street and found FAT TUESDAY! They have delicious slurpee drinks and great service but the items are really expensive ! Our ...

      Fishing ascension bay far south west corner

      A travel blog entry by shadowfin on Jun 26, 2014

      ... run, no nerve racking fight. Sometimes it is better to be lucky than good. I will take lucky every day of the week. No other fish seen, but managed to catch 2-3 bones by the boats that evening before dinner. Could not trick any tarpon into eating either fly or sardine. I am feeling really tired and ready to go home to see my ...

      Cenotes, biking and ruins

      A travel blog entry by belinda-ben on Apr 17, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... Cenote pretty early to beat the crowds and were glad to have built up a sweat on the 4km bike ride because the water was a bit colder than the sea.  It was really cool snorkeling the cenotes which are natural pits or sink-holes resulting from the collapse of limestone that exposes bedrock underneath.  We were glad we beat the rush because it felt like we were the only ones in the water. When we left it was quite crowded, so we felt we got the best view earlier in the day. ...

      Mexicans and Mayans

      A travel blog entry by purcy on Jan 07, 2014

      14 photos

      ... randomly clapping at the temple. Those clever Mayans worked out acoustics and the best way to make sound travel so that the high priest can stand at the top of the temple and not have to shout to all his people below. The claps echo exactly 7 times, a number used a lot by the Mayans. The ball stadium (the largest discovered throughout central America to date) also has excellent acoustics. The walls on each side curve in slightly and as such, conferences ...