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Early rise this morning after a brilliant sleep - I finally felt normal again so decided to take on breakfast with storm. Dan went for his usual mixture of doughnuts, cheese, ham, jam, bacon and an omelet. We had agreed to go on one of those "We're definitely not a time share" time share talks in exchange for 50 dollars as we are cheap and we got a free brunch with it. We had a very eager Italian chap show us around the platinum suites with play stations, Nintendo ...
After a quick uneventful bus ride I'm here. Now to find the Hostel it's called Graffiti Playa Hostel......so ya the hostel is ummm....unique! By unique I mean what else do you expect for $11 a night, oh and the clean sheets don't show up until 8pm. However ...
... s book to thank for that. Manuela is lucky I'm reading it, that's all I'm going to say. The idea of working here for a place to stay is seeming less and less appealing, yet also, you can't always work with people you love, so it could be a good lesson, and a great way to save money. I will find a way. Tomorrow is BBQ day, and we're having a potluck, and Monday I'm going on a big day trip, with six activities lined up. I had originally looked at them separately, but I managed to ...
... immediately relented and with a ‘whoops’ expression on my face turned around and made down the stairs. Rebecca was waved to come in though; when she didn’t, a Jewish man approached her and listening from below, the conversation went something like.
‘Hi... come on in!’
‘Hi! What’s happening tonight?’
‘We’re celebrating <...> .. ‘
‘Are you ...
... to Tulum and Chichen Itza, the Mayan ruins which were amazing but I have a feeling we will be seeing much more amazing ruins in the future. We also went to a club called Coco Bongos which was the craziest club I have ever been to! We payed $35 to drink all night with an open tab and there was a live show that went on all night which included aerial silk performers, acrobats and a midget. They did complete reenactments of queen, Moulan rouge, lady Gaga and Phantom of the Opera ...