Written by Rob Mukai on Oct. 31, 2015
Wellness services here at Acocote Eco Inn was always part of the plan but a few other details needed to be shored up before implementing this. First, we had to update our solar, fix the palapa roof, build a cistern, freshen up...
Written by Rob Mukai on Nov. 02, 2015
It's a spooky time of year. Up north, Halloween just passed. Yesterday and today are the Days of the Dead here in Mexico. This season of the dead is spooky but not for the traditional reasons, which was well illustrated at...
Written by Rob Mukai on Nov. 26, 2015
Update: Sept 22, 2023 - New signs up.
UPDATE: July 15, 2019 - Put up new signs again. Replaced some posts etc. that were falling apart.
UPDATE: June 14, 2017 - Just put in new signs. And added a couple. One right at the...
Written by Rob Mukai on Dec. 29, 2015
A question that often comes up when people are coming down to Xcalak for the first time is “what should I bring?” I’ll try to answer that question here.
- Passport (of course) but also bring your driver’s...
Written by Rob Mukai on Jan. 03, 2016
Wellness is often confused with health, for good reason. The dictionary considers the words “well” and “healthy” synonymous. My 1976 American Heritage Dictionary doesn't even include an entry or sub entry for this word that is...
Written by Rob Mukai on Jan. 04, 2016
You are finally making that salt water fly fishing "Trip of a lifetime" to Xcalak, Mexico. You have your flights and your hotel accommodations set. The last thing you want to do is forget something important while you are...
Written by Rob Mukai on Jan. 26, 2016
“Water, water every where,
And all the boards shall shrink,
Water, water every where,
Written by Leisa Mukai on Apr. 17, 2016
How did this tomato and pepper plant come to grow, here in Xcalak, in Mexico's Costa Maya? For those who know me, I can't grow anything that isn't a large acreage crop grown in rows. Even then, it's been 40 years since I was...
Written by Leisa Mukai on May. 28, 2016
All kinds of things wash up on the beach of our hotel in Xcalak, shoes, toys, kitchen utensils. plastic bottles, plastic bottles. Oh, and plastic bottles. At long last. a glass bottle washed up with a message in it. I've been...
Written by Rob Mukai on Jul. 07, 2016
Because our Xcalak hotel has full kitchens in each suite, many of our guests like to cook their own meals for at least some of their stay. One issue we have is that there are no grocery stores here in Xcalak. We have a few...
Written by Rob Mukai on Oct. 02, 2016
If your flight into Cancun arrives much after 12:00 pm, you may be better off spending the night in either Cancun or Tulum. So assume you have an hour to hour and a half to get through immigration and customs at the...
Written by Rob Mukai on Oct. 07, 2016
What is your check-in/checkout time?
Check-in time is anytime after 2:00 pm. Although we do request that you don’t arrive too late. And if you are planning to, please let us know in advance. Checkout time is 11:00...