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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in a no parking zone and couldn't even corrupt the men that did it because they had a camera on the back of the truck. So when we went to get the car released they wouldn't let us, even though we had all the paper work, because it wasn't in either of our names so the man asked us to write on the back of the deeds that Vince had sold the car to us and I had to fake his signature. We realised when we went to change the plates that Vince had left a ...
... a cold. Arriving into Chetumal we had a taxi driver that was clearly drunk and was rambling on and driving very very slowly. I made the cardinal mistake of not agreeing on a price beforehand and so he ripped me off terribly (by that I mean I probably paid $2 or maybe even $3 more than I should have). Our hotel, the Grand Marlon was very nice and we arrived pretty late so we just crashed after grabbing some crepes from a shop across the ...
... with TV and wifi right at the junction to our road south.
The next morning we were at a bit of a loss for breakfast, but eventually found a place resembling a restaurant in that it had tables with red-checkered tablecloths. Only one item was on the menu: shredded pork on tortillas with tomato and guacamole salsas, sprinkled with lime juice. Divine. On our way back to our room, we came across another taste sensation—a bottle of freshly squeezed orange juice, ...
Hi everyone. Hope you are enjoying your weekend. Yesterday was a Belizean holiday, Pan American. Since it fell on a Saturday, they are honoring it on Monday which gives them a three-day weekend (similar to the US). This weekend is also their Annual Festival de la Hispanindad y Mestizaje. The festivities include a sail boat race, Corozal Bay Regatta, which runs today also. Music was enjoyed way into the wee hours ...
... was how the get a taxi to our hotel. She passed us off to a young man (BTW, both were wearing shirts that said servicio turistica - not sure if I spelled that correctly, but you know what I mean). So now the young man, Abraham, wants to know how long we are in Cancun, what do we have planned for our time there, etc. After some conversation back and forth, we were escorted to the taxi booth for our taxi. Jeff and I walked out of the airport terminal and realized ...