Posada el Moro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the gate so we could go swim in it, directly below the town square. The first half of the ride was pretty cruisey but the last 5k's dragged a bit but it was all completely worth it! The day after we went up to a place called Rio Lagartos, about 2 hours north of Valladolid where we were told we would get to see Flamingos in the wild. We managed to navigate the 2 buses to get us there and sure enough after a boat ride up a ...
... whilst Maira and I were looking at each other like "yeh ok then Rosie, you stay there, no worries" haha was so funny and I almost killed myself from all the bubbles/not being able to breathe whilst having a laughing fit. We were then given an extra weight (3lb) and had to control our buoyancy, which was pretty hard as my whole body just kept turning to the side which had the extra weight!
... room and we give him a corona as s thanks! He takes it and gets very excited that he just got a beer on this hot day! We are in a area called Zona Hotelera and its very close to bars, restaurants, shops, hotels and the beaches. The hotel is right by a big lagoon and its huge but it's not allowed to swim there. Crocodiles are in the lagoon! I havnt seen any crocs yet but plenty of lizards are walking around the lagoon and even around the hotel breakfast area! They look so ...
... once again! Our hostel, for $5 American per night, was more than to be expected. With four walls, a roof, bed, fridge, and a fan, it was perfect! After throwing our bags on the floor, we decided to go in search of the essentials; food and beer (not necessarily in that order). We found a little restaurant that seemed to have reasonable prices and enjoyed our first Mexican tacos and ice cold ...
... cliff-jumping, biking, bush walks, caving… the list goes on! The park is all-inclusive as well which means that all of the food and drinks are included in your admission price (which is about $75USD), we found ourselves in the Mexican restaurant for lunch and dinner, naturally. You can rent a locker for the day so we hired two and stuffed our belongings away so all I had on me was my waterproof camera, mask, snorkel, flippers and my bikini, the park is so big you ...