La Tortuga Hotel & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... til after 8pm. We took a load off with a swim at the resort and then had an awesome Venezuelan dinner nearby...definitely on the list to seek out a Venezuelan restaurant in Melbourne when we're back! We finished the night at a big beach bar called Señor Frogs. It has friendly, cheeky waiters, cool swing seats around the bar and massive cocktails, enough said about how we were both feeling the next ...
... with them. That was really cool and a lot of fun.
Later we enjoyed some great tacos and pozole at Otates. What a great evening with great people.
Cantina - New Blue Angel friends - Rachel's back
As told before after our family dive day were introduced into "The cantina", a mexican kind of bar where you drink beer and get some appetizer like ceviche, tacos, nachos and some other little food. We experienced many canitina days during ...
We were up nice and early this morning to head to xel - ha, we were picked up in a mini bus and only had to make one stop on the way there. Ayesha was swimming with dolphins so we went straight there when we arrived. There was a group of 8 in the pool and the dolphins did some tricks as well as posing for photos with each person in the group. After this we went and collected our ...
... ingredients (which may or may not have been the Charlotte instigator). The drink was called a mojito but there was never actually any rum in it. Confusing. Not to worry we drank enough tequila to forget. The Rosewood Mayakoba was indeed the posh stop of the trip although it was also the most mellow. Mode of transportation was by golf carts, boat or stolen bicycles after midnight when golf carts went scarce. The Mayakoba was the type of place where ...
... all around other churches are struggling to attract members. They're lovely to talk to and we bump into them around the resort over the next few days and say hi whenever we see them. Unfortunately at breakfast one morning they're seated with a timeshare rep selling-in the joys of eternal membership. We try to catch their eyes to warn them off signing away their life-savings but fear Harry and Meryl's retirement may well be spent in various Palace Resorts in Mexico and the US ...