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  • Playa del Carmen: Well that was a surprise!We are accidental tourists in Playa del Carmen - here for two nights to cover a gap in travel plans before we set sail for Cozumel tomorrow. At the risk of sounding like travel snobs and alienating half of our Posted by millerburr in Leaving Ourselves Behind | Jan 3, 2022
  • Thanda 6.4It’s Sunday night, and I’m back at the Lodge after going on a weekend Safari at Rhino River Lodge. It was…one of the greatest experiences of my entire life. It’s impossible to capture the experience, but I’ll try to give Posted by kfkeane in South Africa | Jun 23, 2019
  • Guadalajara Good Times We recently had the opportunity to spend a long weekend in Guadalajara, Mexico. We had been wanting to visit the mainland from here in Baja and when we found out flights were under $100 Posted by mrb430 in Arrr Adventures | Dec 17, 2018
  • Viva La Revolution - Gracious FidelTravelers on Central American airlines have two custom that create anxiety. Firstly, they arrive at the airport and block all the toilets – although, this may be a cunning control mechanism instigated by their rulers. One is less focused on Posted by Wheelspin in Bring On Another Hurrican | Dec 17, 2017
  • Imprisoned with a dinosaur in paradiseWhile waiting in the queue for my breakfast serving of ‘huevos rancheros’ – eggs with chillies, tomatoes and peppers in burritos – at our hotel in Merida, I had my view of the chef’s creativity blocked by a woman of Posted by Wheelspin in Bring On Another Hurrican | Dec 7, 2017
  • From Tequila to the Caribbean Again, it feels like I just can't keep up with my own adventures. I try so hard not to be a tourist, uploading a million photos onto facebook that just annoy everyone because they aren't on holiday too - and Posted by chasingsummer in Chasing Forever Summer | Oct 4, 2014
  • Viva MexicoAfter the amazing thunder and lightning show, I was expecting great things from Mexico. My first taste of my new country was when the immigration officer gave me his phone number and face book details so that he could show Posted by chasingsummer in Chasing Forever Summer | Sep 23, 2014
  • I've Got A Bike & A Plane Ticket==[center]A brief summary of winter....[/center]== [center]"It's only December....plenty of time" "It's still just January, so early in the season" "We're only at the beginning of February....still plenty of time" [b]"HOLY SHIT IT'S THE END OF FEB Posted by AubreyJ in Road to the Gold | Feb 24, 2014
  • Hola MexicoFrom when the heat and humidity first hit me after landing in Cancun I knew I was going to like it here. My first night I stayed in a great hostel in downtown Cancun (as opposed to on the hotel Posted by joachim_d in Unemployed and Homeless | Jun 4, 2013
  • Mezcal, a fiery liquorThe silvery-blue agave fields in the Mexican state of Jalisco produce a drink that's as fiery and intense as the midday sun and volcanic rock there. Tequila is perhaps Mexico's best known drink... What I didn't know until a few Posted by margaretm in Wherever life takes us | Jun 10, 2011
  • Mezcal, a fiery liquorThe silvery-blue agave fields in the Mexican state of Jalisco produce a drink that's as fiery and intense as the midday sun and volcanic rock there. Tequila is perhaps Mexico's best known drink... What I didn't know until a few Posted by margaretm in Wherever life takes us | Jun 10, 2011
  • Roughly EquidistantI was sitting after having eaten a large breakfast, people watching, when I noticed the ferry disgorge the latest bunch of yahoos on to the island. It was 11am. As I watched them meander down the street, I spotted one guy Posted by 108 in Still thinking... | Oct 1, 2010
  • The Balance Between Mosquito And ManBy nine o’clock I was standing on the jetty for the Utila Princess , a small blue and white catamaran bound for the island her namesake shared. Choppy waves slapped her side and she tugged on her moorings. I had not Posted by 108 in Still thinking... | Oct 1, 2010
  • Stereotypical Latino Essay #2Was up and out of the hotel by 6.20am, and sat bored and restless in the dull waiting room of the bus company I had chosen by half past. I had lugged my backpack the three blocks from my hotel, ignoring Posted by 108 in Still thinking... | Oct 1, 2010
  • A Day Of ContrastsI hadn’t slept passed nine for a long time, so rolling out of bed at 11.30am felt grand. I stretched like a cat lying in the Sun and yawned until I was sure I would dislocate my jaw. Cody banged on Posted by 108 in Still thinking... | Oct 1, 2010
  • Before I Developed A Paranoid ComplexConsidering the night I had had last yesterday, I was impressed that I made it up by nine thirty. I ducked out of the hotel, and took a taxi to and from the ATM, not wanting to walk these streets with Posted by 108 in Still thinking... | Oct 1, 2010
  • Worcestershire Sauce, Ami Winehouse, And Crack CocaineHeaded over to Frances' house after breakfast We found him outside his house leaning against his Hilux bonnet, arms folded and Aviators reflecting the sun. We shot the breeze for a while with him and another of his security who was Posted by 108 in Still thinking... | Oct 1, 2010
  • I Told You This Was A Dangerous Neighbourhood!A lie in evaded me and I couldn’t sleep past seven in the morning. I got up, showered, brushed my teeth, and me, Cody and Caitlin got down the road for coffee. It was hot for so early, and we sat Posted by 108 in Still thinking... | Oct 1, 2010
  • I Have Lots Of Girls. All Clean, MaynUp at 5.30am, in a taxi 15 minutes later, at a bus station ten minutes after that, riding a bus for seven hours, sleeping for most of it, changing once. As we approached the border, I woke up properly. I began Posted by 108 in Still thinking... | Oct 1, 2010
  • Travel With Me, Not Against MeI had been wake an awful long time into the night yesterday; in fact, I only went to bed two and a half hours before I had to be on my bus. I felt rough as hell. The journey was fairly Posted by 108 in Still thinking... | Oct 1, 2010
  • Green, Aquamarine, Blue And AzureToday was to be probably the most interesting day I have had during the trip. We all made a mission to the bank to change money, and walked through a mini carnival that seemed to be taking place in the town. Small Posted by 108 in Still thinking... | Oct 1, 2010
  • A Dark, Nefarious, And Secretive WildernessAfter a fitful sleep in my hammock; I dragged myself out and slapped my screeching alarm which seemed to be capable of piercing my eardrums. I got my camera and tripod and dashed for the ticket booth. We were marched through Posted by 108 in Still thinking... | Oct 1, 2010
  • Backpackers Are The Modern Priest ClassWe had to catch our shuttle-bus at ten to get to Tikal. There were no ATMs or banks at the archaeological site, and I would run out of cash if I did not get anymore. So I was up by seven, Posted by 108 in Still thinking... | Sep 30, 2010
  • Thoroughly Incapable Of Grace, Finesse, Or DignityWhen I woke up, it was the morning after the night before, and it was hilarious to look at each other, and see the smirk spread across everyone’s face which just said ‘Yeah, I know.’ Today was hangover day, but one Posted by 108 in Still thinking... | Sep 30, 2010
  • Rookie Spelunkers BewareI had planned on sleeping late, but after a few short hours, I was awake and eating breakfast by eight, woken by the sounds of the others in the dormitory. Now that it was light, I could understand why this place Posted by 108 in Still thinking... | Sep 30, 2010
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