Posada Amor

Address: Ave. Javier Rojo Gomez, Puerto Morelos, Riviera Maya, Yucatan Peninsula, 77580, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ave. Javier Rojo Gomez, Puerto Morelos, is near Isla Espiritu Santo, MexicoAdventourist.com, Balloon Rides Chichen Itza, and Isla Coronado.
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    Travel Blogs from Puerto Morelos

    Puerto Morelos

    A travel blog entry by princesspanky on Jan 15, 2014

    12 photos

    Today we are off to the little fishing village of Puerto Morelos. It's supposed to be very quiet and good for snorkelling. The coach costs £2 for a return and the journey should take only twenty minutes. Thirty five minutes later we are dropped off at the side of the road and we take a taxi for the 3k journey into village. Being a fishing village it's right next to the sea. The beach is long and wide and very unspoilt. ...

    180 degrees of sky

    A travel blog entry by lucytowill on Jul 10, 2013

    4 comments, 1 photo

    ... all inclusive restaurants, but the main highlight so far has been the 180 degree view of nothing but sea and sky from my balcony. Nothing like sitting out watching the sun rise and set.

    Today will be spent relaxing on the beach I think with my kindle, ready for actual excursions tomorrow. There's talk of a child free section on the beach too so will be making my way there you won't be surprised to hear.

    Speak soon ...

    7.3.1 Chitchen Itza

    A travel blog entry by sam.floy on Jan 02, 2013

    11 photos

    ... reason most of us were here... to get a Decent Profile Pic (or DPP).

    He showed us spots to get all the great poses that friends back home would enjoy. Smart Jose. I even spotted a few others trying to get innovative.

    Explored some more of the city (we had a tour of 'new town', developed after the older structures on the outskirts). Although with only 10% uncovered, I don't know how they can be so certain of these claims. Nonetheless saw ...

    New Moon Tonight

    A travel blog entry by byebyesnow on Dec 13, 2012

    3 photos

    ... br> We met a couple from Germany today, staying right below us. They seem to like traveling like us, to more non-populated places. They came to Mexico this trip because he is a crazy scuba guy and this is a great reef. We told them they should check out Belize! It's supposed to be amazing!

    So tonight is New Moon... I hope we can see some stars. Last night was overcast. ...

    The Magic of Mexico

    A travel blog entry by simbrent on Jun 21, 2012

    10 photos

    ... centres, but really it was a city that housed up to 40 000 people. There is very little known about the Zapotec civilisation as the monk who arrived in the 17th century destroyed everything remaining at the site. Monte Alban was civilised from 600 BC to 700 AD, it’s thought that the civilisation collapsed due to a lack of water. As the population increased they obviously needed access to more water but having placed themselves on top of a hill they were far ...