Di Lido Beach Hotel
Travel Blogs from Miami Beach
this morning was my first english class and I can confirm that I like this school. The quality of teaching is good.My schedule:
9h-10h40 Grammar class
11h- 12h Grammar class
12h-13 Conversation classThe others students are sympatic and funny. I wish that I will make many friends.
... more of a circular footpath without any real dance floor.
Our DJ sighting was Wally Lopez who was wearing his signature large bright hornrimmed glasses. I gave him a quick yell "hey Wally Lopez" and exchanged a quick 5-handshake.
Venue sucked but music was a nice warmup, though we didn't last too long.
... rolled into one.
A group of us went on a speed boat ride in the harbour and then into the ocean and saw a pod of dolphins. Dinner was at a show/night club type place on the harbour. I liked the place but the drinks were so expensive that most of us left pretty early. The club played Cuban music and had dance shows every 15 mins. Dinner was chicken, beans and some delicious plantain which is basically ...
... which got very tiring after a while. We then went back to the Hostel, and found three French guys had moved in. They tend to ALL go in the bathroom at the same time, and sometimes one of them showers whilst this happens. They really hog the bathroom too, which gets very frustrating when all you want to do is brush your teeth or something. So we decided to leave them to the bathroom and went to play in the Sea again (still not boring!) By the time we came back, the guys ...
... delicious and we all left
full. The celebration was in full swing at this point, with bands
playing and the crowds getting into the party mood. I'd say we
certainly enjoyed our Cinco de Mayo in Miami and it was a good way to
get in a lot of fun in a short amount of time as we were going to be
waving goodbye to the teardrop in less than 24 hours from then.
woke up to a little morning rain today and contemplated how ...