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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Hot tub
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... down and an exchange of pesos would guarantee to keep the beer flowing. A laptop appeared and Greenday was thrown on and eventually myself and the young Irish fella headed up to the city walls to check out the sunset. It was Monday morning and with no work to go to, we looked down on the public buses bringing people in from the outskirts to start their day, with 5am on the clock being no deterrent for the blasting salsa music!
The next day myself and ...
... really interesting to watch. The dancers were really good as well. A show and an open bar, now we were living. The show ended and we had officially hit the maximum level of relaxation. We headed to our room and crashed. The bed felt perfect, the cold air against our tanned faces felt perfect, we felt perfect, the day was perfect, everything was perfect. We went to bed with a smile on our faces. There was a big day ahead and a lot to do. We could not wait to see what adventures God had in store for ...
... had just bought the worst empanada ever, an empty shell of pastry we declared an 'air-penada' and I was receiving a late-start hangover after waking up still drunk from the night before (what better way to say farewell to a country than drinking all the rum?) - it was a ****** morning all round. We were looking forward to getting off the worst bus and retreating to our hostel. Pulling up outside the hostel I'd booked it quickly became obvious that this wouldn't be happening ...
... to the beach, as many tours stop at an island with an aquarium en route where you are forced to pay an admission. We were given tickets and told to be at the port for 9 the next morning. The following day we set off in search of Playa Blanca and were greeted by a chaotic scene at the port, where after some confusing conversations we were finally admitted past the turn styles, had our tickets exchanged for return tickets and told to wait in a large, heavily occupied ...
... boat over to a small island owned by the resort. It was really beautiful, and much quieter than the beach on the peninsula, so it was a perfect place to relax for a bit. We had a couple of drinks and went for a dip in the sea before heading back to meet the rest of the family for lunch. We had to have an early lunch because we were all getting massages in the afternoon, and you don’t want to have food right before a massage.
We went down ...