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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Multilingual staff
- Kids pool
- Concierge desk
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... Eastbound and down, going past the ramshakled old houses and shops and getting chased by mangy street dogs once again made for and interesting introduction to what is the biggest city in Yucatan state, but once we got past the people looking at us like we were driving their next pay check we came into a rather present Spanish looking town. We went down to the town square where there was a traditional show which was good to watch with our tacos, and get a real ...
... Hotelera, which is the 20 or so kilometre strip where all the large hotels and shopping centres dominate the coastline. With no whale shark tours running and the weather pretty miserable, we decided to treat ourselves with a full body massage each, before walking to the nearest public beach. Once we got there the sun was out and it turned into a beautiful afternoon, which we spent swimming in more crystal clear water, lazing on the sand and watching a small wedding take part in ...
... a taster of the weird wonderfulness that was this trip.
At this point I'd like to say my own goodbyes and thank yous:
Christine- you were such a hoot and the life and soul of the group!
Ann- likewise, and fascinating talking to you about education and prison. And spelling...
Lisa- thanks for being a very knowledgeable and capable tour guide.
Rachel- founding member of the after-dinner drinks club, you kept the night ...
... tidal range. Everyone stands waist deep in the sea drinking their legitimately bought drinks. It's like being at a party, except everyone is in togs standing round. Went to the island turtle conservation farm. Boys enjoyed seeing turtle eggs, and others maturing. Pretty cool. Been trying to sort out transfer to Chichen Itza. It's about two hour drive away. AK- the wait in the line at Immigration in Cancun was longer than the ...
It was our final morning in our 8 bed dorm. We had planned to suffer through the dorm accommodation with the provision of staying at the Moon Palace, a 5 star luxury 'all inclusive’ resort, for 2 nights before heading to Cabo San Lucas. I awoke early, rolled over and spotted this poor kid with his morning glory hanging out for the world to see.