Aladinos Hotel and Club
Travel Blogs from Acapulco
... 3 presentations, finish 2 projects and sit 2 more exams before this semester is finally at an end! I have enjoyed my experience here but I am so glad to be returning to Sussex and the system there. I don’t think I could have survived any longer under this system! But on the plus side, living in a developing country has meant being a whole lot closer to the areas I am studying at Sussex. I would love to come back here without ...
not really much happened here. Went to the paque papagayo, which Nev loved. The playground got pretty hot by lunchtime. We stayed in an old colonial style hotel centered on a lush courtyard. first night we went to the zocalo, which had a bounce house, and ate at a restaurant there. Jaime's carnitas was half fat, but my el pastor ...
... an amazing one hour swimming with the dolphins at a nearby waterpark. Mexico as a whole being one of the best and cost effective places to meet and swim with these magnificent creatures. $100 each for the hour meant that we could swim, feed, play, kiss and learn about these playful animals. It’s an amazing feeling being pushed through the water by my feet and shot into the air, just before reaching the end of the pool by a strong, friendly and spirited ...
... or c. go to reception and tell them that
we had initially planned to stay for three nights but we wanted to
see what the hotel looked like first. OK, so we went for c. and not
only did we do that we also got a reduction, we paid 2/3rds of the
Expedia bargain price for the following 2 nights because they didn't
have to pay commission????
After they had gotten over the shock of
First stop on the cruise is beautiful sunny Acapulco Mexico.
Due to some wind and rain last night the ship is about 2 hours behind schedule.
We will be docking in Acapulco around 2pm or 12 noon Pacific time.
We are only here about 5 hours and have booked a tour of the Cliff Divers and Acapulco ...