Las Gaviotas Hotel+Rent Aparment
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After an early start leaving home at 6am for a 9am flight we were informed the flap on the right wing needed looking at, supposedly a 10- 20 minute job. We ended up taking off from Dallas at 12:00pm. We couldn't leave the plane but fortunately it was winter and the plane was only half full. American Airlines are not great on service and we were only given a muesli bar and a complementary drink for our inconvenience. Lunch was a free gin and tonic. ...
... and Alex's birthday Mike and Veronica - staying in playa del carmen for a few days before going back to Germany Pascal - staying in playa del for a few days Cat - going back home to Leeds Sasha - going to Brazil for 5 days before going home to Bristol Sarah, Carly, Bell and Joanne - staying in playa del carmen for a few days before going home Linda and Julia - staying in Mexico for a couple ...
... and save the Krystal until the day I check out - I'll have some time to kill in the morning before I catch my 3.05 flight to Havana.
Further on I found Casa Tequila. Once again, no walls, no A/C, but ceiling fans. I had a couple of Mezcals - a Monte Alban and another brand - an aged Mezcal called Calabasa I think which the waiter pretty much insisted I order.
Marinero's was right across the road, so I decided to have lunch. Grabbed a table inside (which is ...
Pre-Hispanic City of Chichen-Itza ( http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/483/ )This sacred site was one of the greatest Mayan centres of the Yucatán peninsula. Throughout its nearly 1,000-year history, different peoples have left their mark on the city. The Maya and Toltec vision of the world and ...
... Spring Break Woo! We were greeted by the sound of a party boat leaving the shore. We found a spot and spent the rest of the day swimming and relaxing on the beach. Ready for a bit of adventure we decided to head to Isla Mujeres. Not before having our daily breakfast. 'Two pieces of toast, two coffees, one jam, one margarine. No more!' We were told. So we obliged before heading to catch the ferry. After talking to the local policeman he told ...