Mosquito Blue Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... full cave. In retrospect, it's no surprise I failed the skills section of the cavern course. I simply wasn't ready yet. So I went back to Singapore with my tail between my legs and trained till I got better, returned and much to the surprise of the instructor, passed the skills section. Unfortunately fate intervened and I was never able to complete the dives and get certified. So fast forward 4 years, I found myself in the right place and right time, and decided to wrap ...
... Ramon" who seems to have taken a liking to joking around with Adam. We now seek his area because he is so kind and friendly.
The 'Water and Fire' show at the pool this evening was not exciting or entertaining enough to keep us up. We tried but were done earlier than usual......asleep by 10.
Today will no doubt be one of the most memorable days of our trip! We'll look forward to seeing pictures from the kids' waterproof ...
... runs promotions and events. Meeting up with her turned out to be a brilliant idea. Not only was she able toget us into VIP, but she and I got on like a house on fire. Awesome chick. Kools closed down at 10pm, and so we headed back down the beach to drink and eat hamburgersbefore heading to another club called Blue Parrot for the after party. We both made the decision to cancel our plans to go home the next morning. We headed back to our ...
... which probably explained why he was so keen to go out today.
We were trawling 4 lines baited with ghar fish and massive hooks. After 40 min two of the rods simultaneously started running line of their reels. Both skipper and mate got very busy rearranging the rods while we could see two big fish jumping out of the water. Unfortunately the lines crossed and after a few "putas" from the captain it ...
... and it was really awesome but the apartment we stayed in was a bit drab and smelly. It was outside the main complex, facing the street, meaning we had to buzz in and out of the communal area all the time. Add to that we had to ask for it to be serviced. Typically you want any accommodation in Latin America serviced once a day to at least empty the toilet bin. If you’ve forgotten from my previous entries, toilet paper is not flushed, but deposited in commonly open-top ...