El Pez at Turtle Cove
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... not sure when they tidied up because we didn't see anyone racking them up.
The streets are very quiet in the morning, by midday it starts to get busy and late afternoon it is really humming till 9pm when everyone seems to have gone home and it's dead quiet.
... employed as well as bright colors.
Last but not least religious life was closely associated with the economy, politics and nature. Maya gods were present in one or more elements of nature. Some were expressed by the stars or by atmospheric phenomena such as rain, others as plants or animals (e.g. the god of death, the god of rain, the god of commerce and war, the god of wind, the god of corn, the god of suicide, the god of polar star).
When we exited ...
... and soon there was 4 or 5. Eamon the good lad he is gave the cabby 10$ and it was sorted, to which I addressed my anger at Eamon. Definitely should not have done that. Anyway the we tried going to elevate but was informed we were not Mexican and therefore not welcome, few comments were made and then we tried to go to another bar where they said it was 10$ even though it was only open for another hour, I refused this and said were gonna spend money on ...
... carpark as we decided we didnt want to pay the extortionate 2 euro parking ticket. If it wasnt for this piece of pure cheapness, we maybe never would of spoken to this beautiful mayan angel. He was actually quite a dick and only offered to drive us a couple of 100 km to the rental place where the spare keys were but his taxi driver friend that pulled up a couple of minutes later seemed to be a bit more helpful. The car had manual windows and with a bit ...
... fairly nervous so I asked him to stop and let me out... He made me pay half...
I couldn't have picked a better spot, slap bang in the middle of nowhere, on the highway....
Anyway, long story short, I managed to flag down a taxi who charged M$200 (£10) to get me back to the hotel.
I learnt the *********** this occasion, but at least I wont be making it again!
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