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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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The only thing wrong with Campeche is that it probably too small to really warrant spending any real length of time there, so having spent basically one full afternoon, I was looking to be heading out the next day.
As luck would have it, there is only one scheduled bus a day that was going in my direction and it didn't leave until the afternoon. That wasn't so bad as it gave me time to head to the local big, fruit and veg market and stock up again ...
... Everyone is eating tacos and drinking beer in real Mexican style so we join the fun!
We also visit the Cenote Azul nearby where we eat some great seafood and then head in for the night.The following day we catch a boat out to Belize...hello Caribbean!!
... which seemed from our perspective to be at the end of the earth (57 km from Tulum, in fact), a fellow on a motorbike noticed us and asked us what we were looking for. He’s from New Westminster and runs the coffee shop in town. He recommended "the nicest place" to stay, Costa del Sol. We got a beautiful room there right on the beach, breezy but solid against the wind which just got more frenzied through the night. The air was fragrant with sweet jungle scents and the ...
... food! Not sure if it tasted good because we haven't had lasagna in a long time, but regardless, it was delicious. Wednesdays the local "gringos" hang out at Jam Rock and play darts. I have been keeping in touch with some of them on Facebook so when they saw us they recognized us from our photo on FB. Great group of people. A couple of the ladies were talking about one of them building a house. Turns out she ...
... order their specialty. Other than our walk to town, we have been sitting back and relaxing. We are planning on taking the local bus next week to see some Mayan ruins which will be an all day trip. Things we have learned so far from our wanderings here in Corozal Town: 1) not everything costs less than in the States. We feel the rent is a bit high considering the area's meager way of life. A rental car here is $80 per day, but the local bus fare from here to Orange Walk (where we ...