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... to get my discount. They don't watch you put them on so I just stood in there for 2mins with the shorts in my hand like a lamp and then walked out collecting my coupon on the way out. Gilly was also looking at T-shirts and one of the sales assistant came over to him and was like "Hola mucho gusto" which means "Hi nice to meet you". Gillys Spanish has not improved much since the last time I told you about it and this was a prime example of his ...
... they spoke great English. And when I got to the room wow, this place just kept getting better and better! At night time we decided to go and check out the very popular 5th avenue and have some nice traditional Mexican dinner and shop!
... Cross Roads' by Joachim Liebschner for me) and soaked up as much sun as possible. According to the weather app we are expecting tropical storms for the rest of our stay. Whilst relaxing on the sun lounger we noted an enthusiastic chap selling tickets for an all night rave to some young 20 something's on the sun bed to our right who had arrived yesterday and were all (including the boys) fake tanned from head to toe. We ...
... season. Usually the season doesn't begin until June but apparently the date was brought forward this year by a couple of weeks, so we extended our time in Mexico for another four days in order to catch them on our last day before we had to arrive in America. However, we were bitterly disappointed when we got an email the night before to say it had been postponed due to the weather, although the weather was forecast to be fine! We suspect the government hadn't ...
... after the sun went down at 6pm. We had an early dinner at 100 Montaditos, which Maria was familiar with from Madrid. Maybe the best way to describe it would be serving tapas inside a small freshly baked bread roll. It also has elements of Asian yum-char where you mark on the list what and how many you eat. It was quick and tasty, and gave us enough energy to have a short stroll on the 5th Avenue before bed.