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We are into the Groove. Although we opened the doors of our newest venture in Playa del Carmen in May, our official grand opening , with Friends, customers, neighbours, visitors and El Presidente Mauricio Góngora Escalante was not till June 26. check out our Facebook page saltrockgrille or website for pictures www.saltrockgrille.com
Here we are 2 months later and settling quite nicely, thank you.
... play around Jess as a welcome to Mexico. You should have seen her face, It was absolutely priceless!! The following morning as per usual Stuie was up with the birds. But we all had to get up early as we'd forged a plan to go kayaking off the pier out the front of our hotel and as we only had one day In this little patch of paradise, we had to make the most of it. As we were all getting ready Stuie asked me (while I was still in my PJ's) to come upstairs with him ...
The visa application papers are filled in. The flight tickets are booked. I will fly from Cancun, Mexico, to Toronto, Canada, on Wednesday 25th of February, at around eight in the evening. From there, I will fly to Beijing and land on the 27th at 16:50 local time. A heck of a flight and around 13 hours of waiting time in ...
... prevailed. Irina enjoyed playing beer pong, but hated chugging the beer. I laughed at her and told her I expected more from a Russian. She explained the Couchsurfing live involves lots of drinking, so she was currently undergoing a low tolerance period; excuses. It seemed the time for her to be victorious had arrived, and she proceeded to defeat me in at least ten games of chess, every card game we played, and some other Chinese board game. Oh did I forget to mention she's on ...
... country up there. Roberto told us a bit about the Mayan customs and beliefs, caves were strictly for the gods.. They held sacrifices in the caves and human remains have been found in many of the caves. As we went he showed us some of the plants they used for medicines etc… like the quinine plant, he gave us some to chew… yuk so bitter but they used it to stop malaria. Also he dug some termites out, I wouldn’t eat those but just about all ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services