Hotel La Quinta Del Sol
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... on my right, and the magnificent resorts recently built on my left. We schlepped across the length of the white powder until we found an area away from the other 3 people on the beach. I redressed into my birthday suit while the others frolicked in the calm waves. The afternoon was complete with ocean salts cleansing every orifice, sun rays colouring our skin and dreamy snoozes in the warm sand. Such strenuous activities however, left ...
... the shadow of the Baja peninsula (about 3 days), the winds started filling in at about 18 knots out of the north east and north. We were sailing along at a good speed, but the seas began to grow and get fairly uncomfortable. A reef was put into the main sail to slow us down a bit, but the next day the winds began to die, so it was time to take the reef out. The sail was stiff and so a little extra pressure was put on the main winch and RIIIPPPP!!! We ...
... been there before, but it was really nice. There were only about 4 tables, the bar and a little living room type area. The tables were made to play games on because they were felt covered and there were little pull-out places were you could put your drinks. So we decided the kill some time in there playing cards until we went to the show at 9:30. It was about 10 minutes before we had to leave and the ...
... Moon (50 metres), as well as temples, public meeting areas and residential quarters. Archaeologists are still digging and finding more information to shed light on the society. We were proud that we managed to climb the 2 Pyramids and the temple. It is not just the height that makes it a challenge but the steepness of the stairs. The risers were almost at my knee level, but the treads are very narrow, about 6 inches, so it feels as if you are climbing a wall rather than a staircase. In ...
That's how my friend described it last time when the same thing happened to me.
My flight was leaving 7am, and I woke up at 6.10am. Yes, 50 minutes before take-off. Actually, I hadn't planned to fall asleep in the first place, but well, whatever, the adrenaline dose in the morning got me going pretty fast. Pushing it to the limits can be fun - if you make it. At least now I ...