Green 16 Hostel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... any public access to the beach. After the strip of hotels ended however we entered an area of protected vegetation, and after another 20mins of driving we found a gap in the mangroves to the beach and sat watching the sea as we chomped on our burritos. Unfortunately the beach was littered with plastic, and with the sun going down and the remoteness of the location we decided to head off. On the way back we discovered the public beach, which was back the ...
... of people – mostly famous Mexicans – but of course they now have a thick layer of life growing over them and little fish swimming around. It's so hard to describe if you've never dived before but the feeling is almost like flying. Once you get used to breathing (I don't really think about it now) and you get better at balancing your weight so you neither sink nor float (neutrally buoyant I'll have you know) you can experiment ...
We decided that we would stick to the southern part of Mexico given some time constraints with Lani breaking her leg and thought Cancun was the best place to fly into. Because of the high season in Mexico at the time and spring break around the corner, we managed to get a 4hr direct flight from Denver which made transit easy.
Cancun was never really on the to do list for us but we figured while we are here we might as well stay a couple ...
"Hi pumpkin" I said and my heart welled up like a wet
washcloth, you could ring the love out of it like you would if it were drenched
to the maximum. I looked over at Dave and
we said the same thing. We love our
daughter and wouldn’t trade a life of sleep, boozing or any other. Those things are short-lived and love is not.
Its funny. But it’s true.
... in fact) for US$25, and a return ticket on the shuttle for US$51, then changed US$120 into pesos. The airport exchange rate is 10.4:1 which I’m hoping will be the worst of my stay. Some guy at a bank of desks on the right wall tried to sell me some hotel club membership that I didn't and another girl had another shot before I left the terminal.
It's not as hot as I thought it would be, maybe because it's overcast today, but noticeably more humid than Hawaii. ...