Sotavento Hotel & Yacht Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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 …
... one, which seemed to be the Costa Del Sol of Mexico. Then headed to Tulum, which is famous for the Mayan ruins set right on the coast. These were two quite contrasting places to visit within a day of each other. There was a lot to see from Tulum though so we spent an extra day to give ourselves enough time to see the ruins, experience a new Cenote, and go to a beach that was popular for snorkelling with turtles. We both felt low of energy but forced ourselves out anyway, and ...
... will have to be retrained..
We decided to treat ourselves to a Teppanyaki meal in the Hotel..
It is really well done with only eight patrons to each chef.
Ours was a real clown and full of tricks and kept us all laughing for the entire meal.
He did the whole bit juggling cleavers, preparing food with one hand doing tricks with cutlery with the other...
One trick was to spin a raw egg on the side of ...
... beat down on us would have made it pretty miserable.
At about 2pm. we went to the rooms to get ready for the 5pm wedding. Shareen was able to get her hair and makeup done at the Resort Spa, and they did an amazing job, she looked stunning. The ceremony went off without any issues, and the reception was so fun. There is a total of 19 people here for the wedding (including Jon and Shareen) so we all got to sit at one ...
... Spring Break Woo! We were greeted by the sound of a party boat leaving the shore. We found a spot and spent the rest of the day swimming and relaxing on the beach. Ready for a bit of adventure we decided to head to Isla Mujeres. Not before having our daily breakfast. 'Two pieces of toast, two coffees, one jam, one margarine. No more!' We were told. So we obliged before heading to catch the ferry. After talking to the local policeman he told ...