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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... distractions. You completely forget about the epl, stock market, and even Tinder for a few days. Sand whiter than Jacko after experiencing a supernatural moment, littered with coconut trees and surrounded by water as blue as Telstra Stadium after this years origin. The place really is the most clichéd ideal of paradise one could fathom, and I mean that in the most complimentary sense. More cocktails, lobster, and games of 500 and headball was a fantastic way to ...
... to the island of Isla Mejures, as everyone said it is awesome, we swiftly got organised to catch the ferry over there. The siesta time plays havoc with the most convenient times to go, hence we spent an hour or so people watching on the beach - Carolyn with a couple of margueritas and Cathy with her first meal of the day! A golf cart to explore the island is the "touristy" thing to do. Cathy, deciding she had done enough ...
... to spend at the airport.
The shuttle was supposed to pick me up at midday, but by ten past still hadn’t arrived. I asked one of the guys at reception to call them and confirm the booking hadn’t been screwed up. He told me not to worry - they were usually late - and sure enough the driver pulled up a couple of minutes later.
Smooth run to the airport, and check in was relatively quick considering how crowded it was. Lucky I held onto some local currency as you ...
... stopped at one of the shopping areas, it had a canal with Venice style gondolas along it. Everything was extravagant and expensive. We stocked up on groceries to make the most of the apartment and save some money. Groceries are cheap, specially fresh produce. By the time we got back to our condo it was time to get ready for our VIP night out.
Lesley's best friend is a marketing executive for a vodka brand so she organised a whole evening for us in Cancun. ...
The wedding ceremonies here were a little different to what we had just experienced. I could definitely see the resemblance to Battas though.
We wanted to see the full scope of what this town had to offer so we decided to climb up this random path that led to the top of a hill. ...