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... the shade. The bathrooms were beautiful with no queues (unheard of at home) and all the floors were marble. Both evenings we went out after to eat with friends which, added to everything else, made the weekend very enjoyable. My advice to anyone who is a position to serve abroad is to try it - whether its for a month or a year, just give it ago. We have met so many brothers and sisters who are now our friends and you get to see that we are in a worldwide ...
... portion of boiled new potatoes, coleslaw and a drink all for £5. We watched Enders game in 4dx which is like watching a film in a simulator. The seats move and other effects are caused by using lights and fans. It wasn't a brilliant film, I would rather have watched The Whitehouse Butler but I was outvoted. Thursday Mark and Efrosini left early this morning to get the coach to Chichen Itza to see the Mayan ruins. It's a six ...
... in the house, cinema and the mall. I loved to hear them coming back home in the afternoon, when they could tell me how their work was and even see pictures of wounds, surgeries and births from Helen's hospital praktika - during lunchtime for sure! I spent my mornings with sleeping in, doing a bit yoga, read, write and watch Disney Movies with Giorgi. Well, most of the time I was in the kitchen, but more about that some other time. Then we hoped that the sun would keep up and ...
... in, and the pools here are terrific anyway. Wildlife report - we have seen many chameleons (well I think that's what they are, I first called then Joanne Goannas even though I knew that was wrong but one of the ones we saw yesterday had bright blue and green patches, so they may be chameleons. There are several next to the hotel at the Mayan Ruin (oh yes, there is a ruin right in the hotel grounds - Scorpion temple)! The NZ ...
... with this impressive building. Coba also presents the only opportunity to climb a Maya pyramid. On top I realize that this might be the last high viewpoint I climb on this world trip. I take my time enjoying the surrounding forest and lake scenery. On my back to the meeting point I stop at another site of the famous Mayan game and try to imagine how a time must have been, where money and material things were an afterthought behind spirituality and the desire to acquire ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services