Las Gaviotas Hotel+Rent Aparment
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... de Janeiro with a 22hour stopover in Bogota, Colombia. The problem was that when we went to the Avianca check in desk they wanted proof of onward travel out of Brazil i.e a bus ticket or flight. We had neither of these. Our tourist visa for Mexico had also expired (if you enter the country by land you can only stay something like 4/5 days) so we were up **** creek without a paddle. In fairness to us we didn't panic. First thing we had to do was pay ...
This will most likely be my final post for a few months. To those I hold dear and read this, thanks very much for giving your time. I hope it's been interesting. Those of you I have travelled with and those I may not be as well acquainted with I hope the same.
A Merry Christmas and a happy new year to all. Hug your families, eat bulk turkey and drink good wine. I hope your 2014 was as good as mine, with the next to be even better.
Hasta luego, amigos.
So Leesh had a rough time trying to sleep last night while Purto and I slept easy in the 16 person dorm and it looks like the loud idiot Canadian is packing his gear and leaving. Thanks for that. We eat the breakfast, the ham and cheese tortilla and fruit and cinnamon flavoured coffee and head to the beach on the R-1 bus. Overcast and quiet there but the sun decides ...
We flew from Quito to Lima, then Mexico City on to our final destination Cancun. We were greeted with sunshine and temperatures of 35 degrees. We all had very mixed emotions after leaving Quito but felt blessed that we were all safe. That could very easily have been us on that truck, we travelled on Cindy for 2 months.
Our accommodation in Cancun had the most spectacular view of the beach. Palm trees, long stretch of white sand and stunning turquoise ...