Hotel y Suites Nader
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... It's here that a little research goes a long way. Basically the guide books say to watch out for the taxi drivers and purveyors of other transport who tell you they work for the same company or that your preferred form of transport doesn't exist. Inside three short minutes, I was told that the last bus had gone; that another company had taken over the route and it would be over an hour for the next one. Eventually with a little trial and error I found the ...
... we met with the Cuban-Slovakian couple that we knew from the plane. They were taking some pictures with the girls. They even invited us to visit them in their hotel the next day.
After saying goodbye to them we made a decision not to go to any of the cheaper bars that day. Instead we decided to buy the tickets for Coco Bongo for USD 75 which was obviously very expensive but this is how we convinced ourselves that it was a good decision. The tickets ...
... pedal to the metal. An awesome speed given the ****** clapped out vehicle we were driving! The promised sunset was clouded so we headed back to our hotel for a delicious romantic buffet at our hotel and the knowledge that tomorrow would be our last day of bubbles and shopping!! The thought of a sleep in on our last day of holidays saw us in bed early, ready to face the trauma of soft sand and crystal blue water while reflecting ...
It was a smoking hot day so it was time to join the locals and cool off in the ocean. Too bad the water temperature was pushing 30 degrees.
There were two things we found in abundance here, iguanas and tourists. The iguanas turned out to be the friendlier of the two.
The first ever English language convention in Cancun was held this weekend at the 4* all inclusive Iberostar at the far end of the hotel zone. It only took about half an hour for us to get there and it stated at 9.40am. I have to say it is probably the most encouraging assembly I have ever been to. There were some English speaking Mexicans brothers and sisters but all the majority were those who have moved from other countries to serve where the need is great. ...