Hotel Bungalows Del Sol
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... while we were in the church. Unfortunately the local priest has abandoned this church -it became to much for him. The church is still adorned with paintings and icons of all the saints, especially saint John the Babtist. Quite confronting.
These local people are tiny most would be about 4ft tall.
spent the afternoon at the French patisserie.
just wandered for the rest of the after taking in the sights.
Xxxx grandma n grandpa
aka Ann n ...
... to come home to. It's nice feeling free, Im just so tired and confused cos I feel like I want something but don't haha. Got back to the hotel just before the rain poured. A kid grabbed my ass as I walked in. So ******* annoying here. Felt really violated actually, it was absolutely nothing and no harm done. Just don't like the feeling of someone thinking they can grab me. Ash and I then were productive and sorted out photos etc. then we napped for three hours hahahah. Typical jess ...
... of paper.
And that turned out all right. Mmmmnnn.
At the bus station I notice several travellers loading their suitcases and backpacks onto a bench to be checked-in. I'm curious to know what this is about and ask. Nobody is really sure. One lady reckons that as we are using OCC, a different company to ADO, they maybe require you to preload the luggage. I get up to see if it's necessary, but the security guard next to me, shakes his head ...
... boat ride through the towering walls of the canyon. This is one of few canyons that are accessible by boat, however this has not always been the case. This canyon was formed millions of years ago and was previously only accessible by foot which was difficult and fraught with challenges.
Sometime in the 15th century people settled near the canyon from Nicaragua and then when the Spanish arrived in 16th C they clashed with locals and the entire ...
... weekend therapies workshop, I met Citlali, a Thai Massage therapist, and we agreed to exchange treatments. A week or so later we started "dating". It was going very well, and I was happy to be involved for the first time with a Mexican woman. My friends in Playa del Carmen had advised me not to go out with Mexican girls, and until now I had had to agree that I couldn't really "get" Mexican women, and couldn't understand the game or the rules of the game, ...