Hotel Jungla Caribe
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... dodging all the boobs and bums in the water, whilst Tam sat up at the bar working on one of our travel blogs. On our walk back to the condo the BPM promotional girls were cruising ahead of us (even they were wearing g-strings….d’uhhh) being stopped for photos by every second bloke they passed. I opted against a photo though Tam did take a couple of sneaky ones for the lad’s pleasure back home – what a lass!
After one of our ...
... Keith, Kale and Sara were rushing and pushing us to the limits! Well the training paid off and after a few days we became Rescue Divers and are now ready to jump into the DM program!!
Right after the Rescue Course we got our DM orientation with Mike. The cool thing about becoming PRO is that you get all the cool stuff from PADI: a PADI bag with the DM Manual (book you need to read for the exams), the Enzyclopedia (Read ...
... just like on La Quinta, English signs are starting to appear, even as far as 4 blocks off the strip.
Nonetheless, a short walk off the strip gives you a bit of a reality-check and makes you appreciate what you have back home. People work hard to make a living their.Take a lok at the picture of the local dentist's office- aren't you glad you don't have to go there every six months?
... to town. We headed to senor frogs for a drink after hearing good things. It was a weird experience and super cheesy in there. It was fairly cringe how forced they were so we only stayed for one drink and then took off. We also signed up for Coco bongo the following night so didn't want to get up to anything rowdy. Home for some Chinese dinner and a sleep.
The next day we swam in the pool, ...
... coast, and if you climb some ropes and ignore the "do not cross signs" (which I used my, me no hablo espanol excuse, although everyone; I'm sure knows what a big red "X" ) you can capture the blue water and a scenery which is truly breath taking. The photos I took could easily be found on a 16 year olds tumblr which a clever caption in ...