Mosquito Blue Hotel
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We came back to Las Palapas today. It is great to be here. It is the perfect beach resort - peaceful, beautiful, casual. Our cabana is great. We threw our bags in the cabana, changed, & hit the beach. I spent many peaceful hours lounging, people watching, drinking margaritas, & reading.
Lunch we had a wonderful ceasar …
So 2013 came and went, and New Year's Eve was spent in the apartment of some colleagues. As with Christmas, almost all of us were there, but this time it was more about dancing and partying and less about food and games. At midnight, we all counted down and jumped from sofas and chairs, another Danish tradition. There were actually some Mexicans present as well. Some friends ...
... tape. The lines were long and very slow, I left Bobbie to buy the tape and went and got 2 boxes and got our bags from the less than safe lockers. After about 15 minutes wait Bobbie finally came out a little crabby from the Walmart check out being slow and the people in front of her being a pain for everyone and paying in USD not pesos. It was still pouring outside so we jumped in another taxi which took us to the post office. The post office ...
... not the tone I was wanting to start my first big adventure all on my very own, in seven years. He's hoping I'll meet up with my mum who happens to be, in Melbourne, didn't think we would get to see each other, but now, she's hoping to catch up, it means having to see my sister, even if for just five minutes it's too long to spend in awkwardness between me and the sister I'm not talking with. This is meant to be my grand adventure, mine, mine, mine, my first break ...
... crossing the border into Belize but a really kind lady helped us along the way. We had to leave our bags on the bus to pay customs which felt a bit sketchy to me but apparently thats what you do..
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet