Hotel Arrecifes Suites
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... She was obviously very open minded ;)
At some point they helped me move my office from the beach to the bar that had a roof, because it started pouring rain. Every other tourist was super confused because they were expecting sunshine and heat, and now it was extremely windy and rainy. Well, it’s the Caribbean, the weather is constantly changing. The rain didn’t last longer than a half hour, but afterwards the wind continued ...
... German) who worked at the hostel painted German flags all over me and called me Jeremy from Germany. We arrived to find our VIP bottle service private tables ready with over 10 bottles of spirits ready for us. Roughly 12 of us went out, it was $55 for unlimited VIP service and drinks all night. We could order and mix any drink we wished from the bar or just drink from the bottles on ...
Time is flying by far too quickly :(
Please check out this little video I made (I think this is becoming my new thing now...) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a43vgtzv YRY and let me know what you think!
This Sunday I spent in Puerto Morelos on a day trip full of Scuba Diving, and I recorded bits and pieces throughout the day on my camera, then put it together with music... I know I'm going to love looking back on ...
... darker. By the time we were ready to catch our bus to the airport it was raining heavily. David took petty on us and drove us to the bus station. By the time we reached the airport and settled in with a beer to wait it was a torrential down pour. Our flight boarded 20 minutes late. We had a one hour layover in San Salvador before our flight to Ecuador. We sat another 30 minutes on the runway waiting for the lightning storm to lessen. No way we are making ...
... much the damage from foot traffic, but many tourists were taking chunks of the structors home. They ruined it for everyone! While we were visiting, there were workers on most of the structures doing restoration work because of this. Our next stop was at a Cenote called Zuci. It had started raining right as we arrived, and quite a few people on our tour bus didn't even get off to see it! James and I had been waiting all day for this, so we were the first ...