Hotel Playa del Karma
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... playing in the schoolyard, and the sights of real prices of things in store windows. In Mexico, you can get a gallon of water for $1 and a pair of shoes for $10.
When I lived in Playa a few years ago, no one spoke English. I had no choice but to communicate with all the locals in Spanish, especially when needing the services at one of the many family-run businesses such as the local laundry place or the Internet cafe. ...
... s what I call winning!! It was definitely one of those wow moments being here.
We were all hot and stinky so went to a cenote for a swim and Graham jumped off the upper ledge of the cave with all the kids. Dragged ourselves back to the hotel and had the best meal we’ve had in six weeks. What a perfect way to end a perfect ...
... waters. Carlos was dangling something in the water that was attracting sharks to our boat. I couldn't believe my eyes when he casually said "they're sharks." There was countless sharks in the water, more and more but the minute, I was like 'are you insane.' Carlos casually informed us they were only nurse sharks & they were completely harmless to humans. That aside they were still at least 2.5 mts long, big enough and scary enough to raise all my hairs on end. ...
... that was the excuse to get a good crew out in London. So with an all too quick trip to London under the belt and leaving Renee and Michael to explore Europe, we were happy to be headed to another English speaking country after months of Swahili, Lithuanian, Polish... you name it..... BOSTON BABY! Reading a guide about the city on the flight there my ears pricked up when it started "Boston is a beer city...". That's all I needed to read really, and hastily closed ...
... already drinking!! 33 is the new 21!! Emily introduced us to a new version of ‘Ring Of Fire’ same concept and rules except there is no ring of cards, instead you have an unopened beer can in the middle of the table, each time you select a card from the pack you play that card then slide it under the ring of the beer can. This continues until you are A)drunk and B) the can bursts open due to the amount of cards slotted under the ring pull. The person who slide the last ...