Hotel Arco Iris
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the waves and beyond where I floated in the water. After that we tried snorkeling and saw some fish but the currents and waves were a little much.
That evening after a dip in the pool and we cleaned up and had a wonderful meal and the restaurant on site. We had the place to ourselves and I ate one of the best chile rellenos I've ever had, stuffed with mushrooms, onions and topped with cheese! I was stuffed and after dinner found myself napping in a hammock on site. Perfect.
... platform with about 100 other people, trains appeared full to the brim, literally people's faces squashed against the window. There was no etiquette, as people fought their way off a cart people on the platform were forcing their way on. We had to wait for 3 trains before we could attempt to get on. We finally pushed our way on, packed in like sardines and travelled to the next station. At every station was the same fight of people getting on and off and just ...
... auper small town. Famous for mushrooms. We've just woken up and am getting ready to head to Oaxaca which we are excited bout. Lots of culture there. Will check back in in few day. Oh met some cool people last few days of Puerto, girl named Julia from Germany who might meet us in Antigua in few weeks. Happy days.also booked my ticket home. Sill got few more months but. Time to enjoy xx Cheers, ...
... board to buy and on Tuesday i started up my surf career again. I surprisingly wasn't thatttttt bad... So after a few months I assume il receive a call or email about the pro tour but you know whatever. Tuesday I got offered to go and release baby turtles. At 5pm we headed down to the beach and helped some little guys get to the water safe and placed bets on who would get there first. Using my keen eye for fast turtles I nailed it and lil "speedy" ...
... s main exports is coffee and cafés serving good coffee were everywhere. Coffee culture is just getting underway in much of Mexico and, while the inner cities often have good coffee, elsewhere it can be a long search for a decent espresso doble. A few doors up from our hotel we stumbled on the coffee museum café, a great place for breakfast unless, that is, it is Sunday when the place is inexplicably closed. Beyond the cafés, the city is a busy bustling ...