B2B Hotel & Plaza
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... podium about 12m above the dancefloor and everyone was going ninety. The place was packed and Oliver Heldens was absolutely brilliant although I have to say he is nothing on Karl Jordan's band 'The Loose Covers' who I hope one day will reunite and play one last gig. The lads went home before me and they decided they would get some food in one of the restaurants at the resort before going to bed. That's when 'Wedge-Gate' happened. The queue for ...
... off as the young ones settled onto the outside terrace, covered in a huge fronded roof, with their drinks and smokes. So I jumped in and boiled up 20+ potatoes ready to roast. But the gas oven wouldn’t light. So we decided to bbq them instead. But the bbq was a coal burner with no firestarters. It took quite an effort to burn sufficient cardboard and coconut fibre to get the coals alight! Finally, the spuds were pan-fried in olive oil, ...
Ever since I started travelling (13 months ago) I have been following urbansketchers.org, a non profit organisation that was founded in Washington state and has a local presence in many parts of the world. We started tour travel around the world last June and most of the places I have been has an Urban Sketches presence and having signed up to the Facebook page so I get lots of updates about the upcoming events. I really wanted to join the symposium in Paraty, but it ...
Jumped aboard bus marked R1, paid the 9.50 pesos / NZ $ .90c / US $ .70 (don’t know why they just didn’t make it a round 10 pesos) and hoped that it was going in the right direction. Yes it was ... along ...
... I don't think I'd like to be there in the tropical storm or tsunami that's for sure. The shops were mostly stalls selling the same old as in Playa and Cancun, but we did buy a massive cup of pineapple juice for 2 bucks NZ. It was ok, but from the little we saw I wouldn't rush back there. On the oat ride back we had some slugs of Superman Juice, which was a concoction of lemonade, orange and tequila, it was quite tasty! We met some lovely people on the trip - ...