Hotel El Punto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... person!!!! That's £175! No ideal! We managed to find a place with live music (the same band from earlier at Wah Wah) who had a very limited set menu but at around £50 pp was more reasonable and it had a good atmosphere, nice staff and we were right on the street to people watch the year away!
... cool water and some great people watching. The resort has a small zoo practically, tons of little capybara and some raccoon-like animals, along with the expected iguanas and some apparently invisible monkeys that were warned not to feed. Having such unique animals around is really a treat, kind of like a petting zoo! It's great waking up to all the bird songs in a beautiful "jungle" setting. ...
... and Jesus - who actually has been a real gentleman throughout the evening (even offering his arm to Sabrina while walking down the street) - hands his hand to Sabrina and leads her to the dance floor for her first Salsa. He is an amazing dancer, and soon enough all the girls in the bar are trying to dance with him. He dances one song with each (one we named Zoe Sultana, who also dances really well, very suave and sexy , and another girl who we nickname Shakira / ...
... vegetables and fries. Can't believe how much I've missed vegetables, the broccoli was so good. This is one of the few places we have eaten where they don't bring out nachos to start, such a relief. The interior of the restaurant was quite rustic and reminded me more of a Greek terverna. It had a huge bookcase where people could leave two books and take one or pay £1 for one, the money goes to charity. Amongst all the novels I spotted one of our bibles! Full ...
... failure. The Spanish finished them off however.
At Chichen-Itza we were only shown one plaza, in Tikal and Caracol from memory we saw about 5 or 6 plazas. Restoration has been done only to the main temple and climbing the steps is not permitted. The site does have some much bigger and different style buildings with many many columns. Our guide avoided this building and in consequence he did not explain the reason for the new structures. There was one very large sports ...