Aldea Thai Luxury Condohotel
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Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen
... while the others were skiing/boarding we would go and see a movie in Penticton. It was called Jack the giant slayer. We had to farewell Kat and Taz unfortunately around this time. We made our way to Revelstoke for a day trip, it is a massive mountain. One deep burn in the legs riding from top to bottom. The snow there had begun to melt also, it reminded me a lot of Buller with it's ice granules and then slush further down the ...
... expecting to have their cake and eat it. Lynne, as she introduces herself, is a regular guest from Chicago and a black wristband wearer, but sits in the Concierge area as she finds the other Elite guests obnoxious. And she reveals the wristband wars that take place on the beach each day as people fight for space. It's not what we were expecting for our relaxing holiday and there's no way we're going to partake in this nonsense. We need to nip this in the bud right now. As ...
... so that we could relax and enjoy ourselves without worrying about our bags, or check out and baby sit our bags. That evening the hostel decided to throw a bbq, but as we had already bought food and it wasn't until 9pm, we decided to cook ourselves and join in socially later. After another lovely home cooked spaghetti bolegnese, we spent another evening chatting away but had to leave a little early, as we were planning to get up early for the ruins ...
... work that seemed to last for ever and zapped so much effort comes to a halt as the final moments tick down. The race then begins with a distinctive bang and suddenly - all action. That single moment of adrenalin is followed by a slow start, often with hiccups and faults to overcome. Then things become familiar and clear, and you feel in control - your body is in-sync with all that's happening around you. Time slows to a standstill during the first half of the race and ...
This morning I slept in til 8am. I have no idea what time we got back last night but i do know that i slept like a Iog. I realized during my morning routine that today would have been my Dad's 79th birthday. My Dad loved a beautiful warm day, a refreshing swim and an occasional icy cold beer. He would have loved it here. I took my shower and was amazed that the water pressure and temperature had significantly improved. It ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking