Sotavento Hotel & Yacht Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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We zijn in Mexico! De vlucht gisteren viel heel goed mee, we hadden plaats net achter een tussenschot dus extra beenruimte! We zijn onderweg nog in Varadero (Cuba) geland om wat mensen af te zetten en bij te tanken dus we zijn ook ongeveer in Cuba geweest. Het is bijna spijtig dat de terugvlucht rechtstreeks is, ze hadden daar flessen rum voor 3 …
... br> Had a shower (cold - hot water doesn't seem to be working) then approached reception with a list of demands:
1. Fix hot water - check. Maintenance arrived around 12.30 and pointed out that "C" stands for “caliente”, not “cold”. Learning something every day.
2. Get wifi access - check. Code provided free of charge even though the guest services guide indicated that this would cost 125 pesos a day. Maybe you get this free in free in ...
... by now) back at the hotel. Marlene picked me up and we went to get some chores out of the way. I needed a hat to prevent sweat getting into my eyes (due to the humidity) and purchased a blue baseball cap for 5 bucks; though it only helps somewhat. Then we got some Guatemalan Quetzales, which sounds easier than it was. Most things are much more difficult than you'd anticipate they'd be. Only some banks have them, only some cash points give out dollars, and then ...
Our memorial was held at a hired hall at 8.15pm. There are too many congregations sharing our hall for us all to use it so we had to go elsewhere, along with the deaf congregation who had their memorial before us. We had 124 in attendance which was great considering we only have 50 publishers. Mikes call came (who I mentioned previously was surprised by the Bible's definition of ...
We were invited out by friends in the congregation to a Brazilian restaurant called Mr Pampas. It's an eat as much as you like restaurant without a time restraint, unlike Cosmo etc. The boys love the place and kept telling us it was great because they serve so much meat. This proved to be true and it really wasn't a place I would recommend to a vegetarian. So the set up is they seat you at a table where you have a game show like ...