Plaza Magnolias Hotel
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... was a mistake as I was absolutely knackered half way up! Stunning views and of course another opportunity for a group selfie!!
Around here there are many traditional villages so me, Kelly and Hilary decided to visit these whilst the rest of the group headed to a nearby gorge. Our tour guide provided us with lots of information about both villages and their traditions. In one of the churches we visited there was a very elaborate Christmas tree, nativity scene and the ...
Felt rough. Such a bad headache and so tired but didn't really lay in! Got in around 3am, scoffed my remaining pizza then woke up around 8.30, went to breakfast, bumped into lee and Dan, was a bit rude as I couldn't barely function! Booked palenque tour and paid for extra night accommodation. Then had a fun day out! 6 of us, me, annalena, lee, Dina, sclomedt and Mexican guy, Eric who was in my hostel in ...
... with its’ cobbled streets and colourful one-story house with terra cotta roof tiles. Young people from southern Europe and many from Argentina have moved to the city, to join the recent tourist gold rush. –That, mixed with the regional produce means there are countless places cooking up very good food from their respective nations (let’s not forget the amazing ...
... times I heard the same five songs driving around LA. The only saving grace was that one of the artists on repeat was Lourde... And even then my enjoyment was tested after the 75th time in 3 days... Change the station you say... Great idea... You can choose between Gospel preachers, County music, different stations repeating EXACTLY the same songs, or Republican propaganda radio... To be fair I did listen to a fair bit of Obama bashing. It was both humorous ...
... saw some of our first Mayan ruins and also some wildlife in the form of black iguanas and an as yet unidentified snake. Speaking of wildlife, bizarrely during one of our meals Tracey saw a tiger cub being carried through the street and passed into a waiting car. After a few days in Cancun it was time to meet up with our group and get started on our Central America tour. Starting big, our first stop was the pre-Colombian Mayan city of Chichen Itza, one ...