Holbox : Our Island Adventure

I never wanted to leave Holbox; it’s sleepy pace and dreamy sunsets sink you into a state of deep relaxation that is hard to snap out of. The island is just so colourful and beautiful.

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The whole island is covered in colourful murals and street art…

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There are no cars on Holbox; instead, people travel by bicycle or golf cart. One day we rented a golf cart and headed off to Punta Mosquito (ominous name) where we had fun wading out in the shallow water and watching the wildlife.

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On another part of the island we watched a guy kitesurfing and took a break from relaxing to relax some more in these ocean hammocks…

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We ate all sorts of delicious food…

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We stayed in this great hostel called Ida y Vuelta, in basic cabins which have everything you could need…

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Time slows down when you’re on Holbox and it was a sad day when we had to say goodbye to this little paradise…

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Thank you to my friends who are top models and travel companions, Charlotte and Dave!

 

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