Porto Playa Condo Hotel & Beachclub
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Microwave in room
- Kids pool
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... guys were really good which you would expect considering they do this show every night! We moved through the ages to modern day Mexico and then were treated to a show of culture for each region in Mexico where you could really see the Spanish influence in their music and dance. What made it more interesting was on the big screens they would highlight the region and call it's name (Eurovision style) and they a great cheer would erupt from the crowd! There were clearly ...
... 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, HAPPY NEW YEAR! HAPPY 2015!
But no fireworks! :-) not even in Playa del Carmen which skyline is visible from Cozumel. We don't bother, let's go to a bar, or a club? It was getting a little bit disorganized and everybody was already a little bit tipsy and finally we split somehow. Immy, David and us were a little group and after walking around we ended at Ohanes again for a good night drink. Somehow it was getting ...
... the key to my scooter beside Weston's SUV. To my knowledge, I had put it in my pocket in the car. I was lucky that he hadn't decided to take it for himself. That night, I went over to Jessica and Weston's for dinner, and Jessica prepared a delicious feast of chicken, fajitas, and rice (which she wasn't proud of, but I loved it). I returned my scooter that day, to learn it had been knocked over the night before, scratching the brand new paint job. $130US ...
... to be attached to anyone, which was rather disconcerting. It was only at this moment that I began to question my decision to do a skydive in Mexico - from the shifty office and 30 second briefing, to the poorly maintained plane, everything seemed to add up to an uncomfortable 300mph landing. In my opinion the problem with thrill seeking sports is that there is no grey area. Just a big red one if things go wrong. I love thrilling sports, sure, but I think ...
... no surprise that when we reach Punta Sur, an ecological reserve at the southern-most point of the island, we're greeted by the Rasta Reggae Bar, complete with a ropey statue of Bob Marley, lots of 'Legalise It' graffiti, the reverance of Haile Selassi and Zion everywhere, heavy dub bass pumping out and a black, red, gold and green colour scheme going on. Drop in and drop out, senor! We pull over and check it out, parking next to a bunch of other Beetles (no ...