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- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... those scraggly looking dudes who have achieved their life dream of being a scraggly looking DJ playing pretty much the same song with a heavy, repetitive bass beat over and over again at a volume that was triggering volcanic activity all over Mexico. It was BPM morning, noon, and night. It was dueling scraggly dudes right across the street from one another. It was scantily clad women (ok- that part was good despite death stares from DH) drinking themselves mindless while bopping up ...
... see thru with the sky showing on the far side. But on the mornings of the Solace (both Winter and Summer) as the sun raced from the sea to the sky, you could see a blinding light that filled the window and marked the changing of the seasons.
Next to this structure stood the Castillo, which received its name from the Spanish because of it appearance of being a large Castle. The Castillo was the largest and most imposing of all the building in the city. It was not a ...
... at different times tomorrow or afterwards, so some people would likely be seeing each other after tonight, but it was the last time the whole group was out together. Fun times. I'll miss them.
After dinner, we were going to go out for drinks and dancing. But a bunch of the Kiwis wanted to go back to the hotel and drink some of the alcohol they'd bought along the way first. I wasn't quite ready to go back yet, so ...
... without seeing anything then finally we spotted something else, a stingray. It was so neat to see so many different marine wildlife. Swimming on a bit further we spotted more and more turtles, one was huuuge and he swam directly under me I could have reached out and touched it! After quite a bit more snorkeling we headed for shore.
Since we were not allowed to wear sunscreen due to preservation of the freshwater and limestone in the cenote and the coral reefs ...
... and back the same way and 10-kicks square path. All done pretty quickly as well, hooorayyy. Same story, we had to wait a while again in the boat afterwards...
We got back at around 5.30pm and Elina, Dimi and David were absolutely knackered - they hadn't eaten or had a break since 8.30am! No wonder! We walked around and picked a nice Italian restaurant on 5th Avenue with a table outside. We also met with Livio who had done his open water dives today as well! Food ...