Le Reve Hotel & Spa
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- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... excited as we were escorted by a pod of dolphins.
Back at the condo we barey had enough time for a swim and coffee before we had to clean up for dinner. I had arranged for a local chef to come to our condo to cook and serve a celebration dinner for the four of us. Brilliant three course Mexican meal with some lovely Chilean wines served inthe rooftop cabana, it was indeed a special night for a special ...
... 80 - and with that Amanda and I attended 5 classes each (full functional body movements) over 4 days incorporating a few break days in between. After all this training, green smoothie drinking and fun in the sun our bodies were singing our praises!
We were very fortunate to still be in contact with a friend, named Ties, that we made in Guadalajara in early February. Since meeting she had moved to Playa del Carmen and was still there when we arrived. Ties ...
... and endured the predictable music for long enough and decided there were only two options: leave or get drunker. Soraya and Suzy picked the former and headed to a different bar nearby, whilst Veronica and I picked the latter and racked up another round of tequila shots. As the night progressed the music did improve and shows got more impressive; with acrobatics and light shows. As the crowds thinned, the staff chilled out a little too and ...
... perfect! We learnt a little bit about Mexico then the Tequila started. I know the saying is one Tequila two tequila three tequila floor but we changed it a little to One tequila two tequila three tequila MORE!!!! Along with the Margaritas, well let's just say I was a little happy and really enjoyed my tour. These photos are censored for your safety. When we were about to leave ...
... hostel. It was sort of a Mexican thanksgiving, and it was a great time. We made pacadillos, which is a meat sauce with chicken or beef, then rice, and tortillas. I really enjoyed the quality time with everyone, and I will really miss Vive La Vida. Monday was my last day of Advanced Open Water Diving, so I am certified once again, but with more freedom! I can now do wreck dives, deep water dives (up to 40 metres), underwater navigation, I have mastered my ...