Paloma del Mar Hotel
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... contracts. Ahwell. The other youthies area great group and they've kept this contract a fun one so far!
Worked 6-10pm for Mexican Night where the kids painted Mexican flags and did Mexican trivia to win prizes. We did facepaint and games and then went to Skywalker's Nightclub for Family Disco time! I passed out glow stick necklaces for all the kids and had some extras to give to parents. One mother kept coming back and trying to take them from me to give to ...
... It seemed like a nice place until we found out it was a prison. lol
During our drive, we also noticed lots of Volkswagens in excellent shape. I guess without the snow and salt covered roads in the winter to rust them, the Volkswagens are able to stay in excellent shape. Of course, I had to take many pictures of the Volkswagens in excellent shape.
The swim at the beach was nice while I was in the water. While sitting on the beach though, it wasn't that great as people ...
... property it is - it sits over a bay, so the views seem endless. We dived into the pool where we had a quick catch up before we headed to the amazing buffet of seafood, salad, and Mexican delights for dinner. There was dancing, there was singing, and there was a lot of laughs.
We conferenced for the next 4 days - it was intense, but also incredibly exciting. For me, the newbie of the bunch, I got to hear about how my colleagues work in our other ...
... New Year (in bed by 11.30) but a good finish to 2011.
January 1, 2012
I wanted to try the place Lindsay recommended for breakfast yesterday - Freddy Tucan’s - which is across the river on Basilio Badillo. The place was packed with more people waiting on the street outside for a table, but I managed to get a stool at the bar. I ordered the Campesino (peasant or farm labourer) breakfast which consisted of 180 grams of arrachera (a type of beef flank or skirt steak ...
... close to where our boat was docked. He indicated that they would be expecting us and would stamp our paperwork accordingly. Unfortunately, when we arrived at the office, they didn’t know what to do with us. We were told that we were in the country illegally (even though only 178 of our 180-day visa had been used) and would have to pay a fine. The customs agent suggested that we apply for Mexican citizenship; a process that ...
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