Bungalows Santa Cruz
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... spent the evenings on the beach watching absolutely magical sunsets, which was just a tad romantic . After our bus was cancelled the day we were set to leave we spent another day at a different beach set in a little cove reading and relaxing under a coconut tree. I can think of more inconvenient places to have to spend an extra day. If we weren't headed for Cuba in a few days, we could have easily stayed in this cool surfy town a whole lot ...
... bouncing round the room to 1,2,3. Even Kevin, not famed for his dancing skills picked it up and we've spent most days practising for when we head to Cuba next week. The night of the general election in Britain, as me and an another English girl closely watched the results there was an election campaign happened just outside our hostel. One of the local parties who wanted to gain regional power in the upcoming Mexican elections were giving a speech to a large ...
... froffies as we could fit. Everything from this moment became a slur of trash talking, croc river crossings and irresponsible Mexican driving. After an hour and a half of jungle we found a road and headed back only to pass the the strippers 10 minutes from home. With everyone drunk the slurs of "you only turn 21 once stew" came out and within 10 minutes of being back at the hostel we stocked up and headed to the strippers... With my cheap ...
Saturday night was interesting from the get go, after playing our usual games at the hostel a 12 person strong group of people walked down to the main road to find a taxi... Nobody wanted to pick us up so I decided to try hitch hiking in. A big van stopped next to my thumb and said jump in if your going to town, 12 of us piled in and as we started going we realised we forgot to shut the back door and Tess fell out. Fortunately Tess was drunk ...
... bowl. As sunset approached the turtle man drew a line in the sand near the sea and we started to move the babies from the bowls to the sand; they all instictively seemed to know to head to the sea, however some were faster than others. A flock of birds flew by at one point, but luckily they didn't show an interest in our little ones. Once near the waters edge, a wave would catch the turtles and take them out to sea; in the fading sunlight we could ...