Hotel Arrecifes Suites
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... itself with the salty sea water. Where the two kinds of water mix, you can see only blurry - amazing!
1) "firstname.lastname@example.org" - a tiny restaurant in front of the famous "El Pirata" restaurant. Great and cheap breakfast, everything fresh and delicious!
2) a coffee shop and bakery, just a few meters away from "email@example.com" on the same side of the street - multi grain breads, strong good ...
... proceeded to make new friends :) a few of us popped to the beach, amazing pure white soft sand & crystal clear waters, yachts moored up & so hot - mmmmmmmm! Back to the hostel & played some card games on the roof terrace, then went to a Mexican restaurant for dinner - they had a mariachi band playing & we had a pic with some sombreros on, it was a tad expensive for me but good food! I will definitely be cooking my own food the rest of the time here :) Met some ...
... like iguanas, tejones, large bats, and many colorful birds. There were signs warning of crocodiles but we didn't run into any.
Our favorite restaurant was La Terraza. La Comida Del Dia (The Meal of The Day) is only five dollars and features three yummy and healthy courses including desert and drinks. A good place to get a coffee or a smoothie is the Cafe d'Amancia.
We found various examples of interesting architecture in Puerto ...
... de tinga de pollo por favor :D My boss really appreciated it though and is happily giving me the week to spend with my family for my birthday! One week to go, SO exciting!!! Counting down the days until the all- inclusive hotel... 24 hour food/drink YES! Kidding, I can't wait to see my crazy little family! It will have been almost 6 months since I last saw them, so yes, it is very exciting and I can't wait to show them around this ...
... with us and indicated that he had to wait for the others who didn’t get through the border as fast as we did, and said it would be twenty more minutes. He did return (phew! relief!) -- and transported us to the ADO bus station to board our bus to Cancun. We waited for two hours in the terminal before boarding the Express Bus at 12:30 p.m.; the movies on the bus were in Spanish, so we watched the screen and guessed the plots.
We arrived at Cancun at 6 p.m., well ...