Hotel Imperial Las Perlas
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... their doubles) so we actually decided to have one each. The room overlooks the sea (which you couldn't really see because it was chucking it down) and in the corner of the room there's a jacuzzi! The bathroom is also magnificent with a lush wet room shower and a phone by the toilet. You know, so I can call my mum whilst having a wee. As soon as we got to our rooms we thought we'd order room service instead of going out for dinner, we were so tired and couldn't ...
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... wants to get out. Not a good idea to drive your car behind a bus. Anyways, we met up with the girls in front of all the clubs. They have a rather interesting system of selling entrance bracelets to the clubs there. In front of every club there are people that want to sell you tickets. The thing is though, that many tourists think they are vendors without permission. But actually that is not the case. They sell you the same like what you get when you buy it in the booth in ...
After we had so far only seen Cancun airport, it was now time to explore the city a little bit more. Ailed had to head off to work in the morning, Dani was going to Cancun to meet up with Argelia that would arrive today, and I decided to head to Cancun without any plans or accommodation or activities – a classic :D Well, Ailed dropped us off at a stop for local community taxis. They cruise all over the peninsula, and with using these you are flexible ...
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it’s 1.25pm and I just mixed myself a post-lunch scotch and coke. My plane doesn’t leave until 3.05 so time for a couple more drinks and some reading. The flight to Havana takes about an hour and a half. Add another hour for the time difference and we should be touching down around 5.30. The plane has two Business Class rows of four seats at the front of the plane, and I had an aisle seat in the exit row seat immediately behind these, so quite a comfortable ...