Chichen Itza – Mexico

Part three: Chichen Itza; the first and most important rules – take a hat, cap, or umbrella, sunblock and lots of water it gets blistering hot as you walk between the ruins. The ruins or temples were built by the… Read moreChichen Itza – Mexico

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Ik Kil cenote and Valladolid – Mexico

Part Two: From Las Coloradas we backtracked to Chichen Itza and checked into the Hotel Dolores & Alba. Along the Chichen Itza highway, there are numerous hotels, but book in advance as this is a very busy tourist destination area…. Read moreIk Kil cenote and Valladolid – Mexico

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Las Coloradas – Mexico

Part One: Easter weekend was the perfect opportunity for a road trip in Mexico, and thus we packed (as little as possible), hopped onto the ferry from Cozumel Island to Playa del Carmen, where we hired a car. There will… Read moreLas Coloradas – Mexico

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San Gervasio Mayan Ruins – Cozumel Mexico

Recently we visited the San Gervasio Mayan Ruins on Cozumel Island, Mexico. It was well worth the visit and I’d like to share a few facts, personal opinions, and photos with you. The site is impeccably clean (free from litter)… Read moreSan Gervasio Mayan Ruins – Cozumel Mexico

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Planetarium Cozumel, Mexico – Cha’an Ka’an

Cha’an Ka’an Planetarium – Cozumel The top three things on my bucket list are; Walk on the moon Fly an F16 Ride with Valentino Rossi at Mugello Yes, I know that it is highly unlikely that any of these will… Read morePlanetarium Cozumel, Mexico – Cha’an Ka’an

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Halloween in Cozumel, Mexico

As a South African, Halloween is not a tradition we celebrate, although I must admit the trend is changing quickly over the last few years. But now, living in Mexico, I found myself slap bang in the middle of a… Read moreHalloween in Cozumel, Mexico

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Lamanai Eco Tours – Fishing and the Maya Ruins in Belize

  Lamanai Eco Tours is by far the best place in Belize, if you don’t take a tour with them, then you’ve certainly missed out on a great day. Situated on The New River, they have many boats to take… Read moreLamanai Eco Tours – Fishing and the Maya Ruins in Belize

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Mexico to Belize by Bus – do’s and don’ts

Travelling between Mexico and Belize via bus is not as simple as buying a ticket then getting on and off. I hope that the information I provide in this blog might benefit others travelling the same route. Tickets cannot be… Read moreMexico to Belize by Bus – do’s and don’ts

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Out and About in Cozumel Island

We have been to some lovely and interesting places on Cozumel Island, but first I want to tell you about a little tour we did at the University of Quintana Roo. The English department has a project to help the… Read moreOut and About in Cozumel Island

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