Hacienda Paradise Boutique Hotel by Xperience Hotels
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... and even though seems like an ordeal at times, has been a fulfilling experience reminiscing on our travels, having something to look back on and most importantly, sharing some of our travel experiences with our family, friends and whoever else wishes to ‘endure’ reading these blogs back home. Tam will write our final blog on Vancouver, and wrap up what has been an once-in-a-lifetime trip shared with an once-in-a-lifetime woman.
... of Lee from the UK, who was a master at navigating the confusing paths.
We were well on way to the resort, ready to call it a night. All of the sudden, we realized that no one was following us anymore.
We turned around and walked back. This time, we came into a point that seemed to split in a dozen of directions. I felt like I was part of a "Choose You Own Adventure" story.
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... separated: I wear he outfit he was wearing at his sister's wedding in Hong Kong last year (we shopped to match our clothes), and Sabrina and I decide to go eat at one of the "fancy" restaurant, El Dorado, a Steak House. We exit our room and find an envelope addressed to our room on our doorsteps. It's a message from Jesus saying "I wish a fantastic evening to my two favourite guests". On our way to the restaurant, we stop by the lobby to ...
... winter this year! I can't believe Charlie had to shovel twice while we were away!
Our last night out was at the Japanese restaurant for Tapanyaki. We enjoyed sharing our table with our friends Alison and Mark (police inspector) from Wasaga beach.
Our thanks to the Mexican workers and friends we made who looked after ...
... br> The beaches are clean. The sand is fine and pretty and looks relatively similar to New York's, although a prettier color and perhaps even a bit more fine than NY, although not as sticky.
But it's the amazing push for cash that seems exploitative. It's not cheap — at all. The local surf shop (even though there's not even a ripple of surf) has prices higher than Hanalei, peso or not.
It's the presence of the animals in town that ...