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Old 07-30-2008   #46 (permalink)
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Hotel name?

Susie, could you direct me to how to contact the hotel or is there a website to check it out? I'd love to spend a few days there - hubby and I visited about 5 years ago and it was so relaxing. Thanks!
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Looks like an amazing place! Is there a colectivo or anything that goes there?
Yep, the same colectivo that would take you to Puerto Aventuras or Akumal or Tulum. Last I took it (which, I will admit, was a few years ago), it cost 12 pesos to get here.
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Susie, could you direct me to how to contact the hotel or is there a website to check it out? I'd love to spend a few days there - hubby and I visited about 5 years ago and it was so relaxing. Thanks!
THIS seems to be a recently updated website. I have to warn you that I wouldn't expect the communications to be particularly timely. I'm not sure who stays on top of these things, but no one in the office exactly speaks English (or wants to, anyway). If you do contact them, let me know how it goes, okay?
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Your little beach enclave is always a favorite stop. Last time we spoke, you mentioned that there was more beach accessible to the north -- pretty much private, with lots of soldiers around -- any chance of some photos of that?
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I'll be darned! Those trailers are so well incorporated into those palapas! That's cool!
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Thanks so much for the starting this thread and posting the pictures Susie

I've known about Paamul for a long time but we've never been there. After seeing your pictures, I now know that we will have to take a tour next time we are in the area.

We've been looking at properties for a few year now. Paamul will definitely be a place we will check out in the future. Looks like a great spot

Thanks again for sharing your little paradise with us
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there was no one on the beach except for a local with his dog sitting in a chair at the far end..,he owned a lot there..
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these friendly locals greeted us !!
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these friendly locals greeted us !!
That's kinda the "Where's Waldo?" of iguanas spot!
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We were lucky enough to have a guided tour by Susie a couple of years ago, along with Mary (Mave) and Harris (Tallyho). What a beautiful spot- we'd love to own down there some day.

And in the meantime we are putting a peacock talavera sink like Susie's in our bathroom soon... can't wait!
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Thank you for this thread Susie, it was really great to get a tour of the area! Your place is so cute BTW.
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these beautiful butterflies were out and about keeping us company!
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Ya know I think I could live in a "trailer park" like this
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