Barrio Latino Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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Most normal people go away on holiday for a week. We came back home from holiday for a week. But then we've never proclaimed to be normal! It had been good being back, seeing new things. A new baby (care of Nat), a new car (Kevin) and a new bathroom (at my mums). But a lot was still the same, which isn't a bad thing in it's own right, and we …
... for champions!! :-) The coffee was ...
... you got it, the united states. It was quite the odd sensation. Once the car was found, we all loaded in and drove the 15ish minutes to the resort. After what felt like an eternity, we finally arrived at our destination. I had expected to be impressed with the place, after all it was a resort, but I had no idea just how awed I would be.
This place was the most decadent, luxurious, over the top thing I had ever seen. At least in its same category. ...
... we were with people who really couldn't swim and after sitting politely behind for quite a while we did a quick overtake, and that's when the games began. I was doing a nice gentle breaststroke but the girl we were overtaking obviously was a state swimmer in a non swimming country (think Eric the Eel from 2000 Olympics) and was freestyling next to me, splashing desperately trying to keep up.
Xplore was fantastic fun - we laughed all day!
... ingredients (which may or may not have been the Charlotte instigator). The drink was called a mojito but there was never actually any rum in it. Confusing. Not to worry we drank enough tequila to forget. The Rosewood Mayakoba was indeed the posh stop of the trip although it was also the most mellow. Mode of transportation was by golf carts, boat or stolen bicycles after midnight when golf carts went scarce. The Mayakoba was the type of place where ...