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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... tanned than James. I don't think that hs ever happened before!
We asked the receptionists where they would recommend for dinner and they said Plaza La Isla (ie the very globalised mall we were at the other day...). We we not impressed by this so wandered round cancun looking for a resturant. We found an Italian (the culture deprivation continues) and got some pizza. That's about it. Promise we will do more ...
... was absolutely stunning too. Clear and almost completely flat water like a swimming pool, with lots of space for swimming and not many people. It opened up to a row of fancy yachts where people were lounging around or playing music, and then on to the open ocean with a view directly west and so we saw some stunning sunsets. It was plenty warm to still be swimming in the sea as the sun went down at 7pm. The sand was some of the finest ...
... get back in the boats and jet back to the Marine. Such a good trip. Once back at the Marine we were then put onto a big jet boat where we were then taken out onto the river and went crazy as the driver spun us around, got us soaked and threw us backwards and forwards and side to side! A big day in the sun and it was time to head back to the resort for some food and hit the pool for some drinks to end the ...
... onto Cancun and Cuba! If President Obama’s Cuban initiatives bear fruit, we may soon be visiting that country legally!
You can’t get more uneventful than on a ADO bus on a straight stretch of highway with multiple lanes and law-abiding traffic. This part of Mexico is far removed from the other extremes of the country. The only anxiety in our minds was that our airport hotel was right on the freeway some 15km short of Cancun. We spoke to ...
... stuck with it and in reward the last 10 minutes was averagely good. Next was Captain Phillips, a Tom Hanks film about the capture of a cargo ship by Somalian pirates and the mission to rescue the captain who was taken hostage. It is truly gripping film, excellent portrayed by Tom Hanks and exciting and nerve-wracking to say the least! I thoroughly recommend it. Lunch was a fairly tasty chicken and rice and as it was too dark to read I started the third film – The ...