Pueblito Luxury Condohotel
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Zondag 29 januari. Na een treinrit naar Parijs en een vlucht van 10u zijn we in Cancun Airport gearriveerd. De Mexicaanse douanen hebben daar iets origineels gevonden voor de bagagecontrole. Ze doen er een soort loterij. Je moet op een knop drukken en als het rood licht aangaat moet je je koffers opendoen en laten controleren. Gelukkig ging bij ons het groene licht aan. Van de luchthaven werden we naar ons hotel "Mahékal Beach Resort" gebracht in Playa del ...
... rise resort developments you see in Cancún and in Ibiza, which makes the edge of mass-tourism far softer and easy to adjust to.
Walking through the streets off the bus looking for a hostel to stay at immediately filled us with excitement. The central high street is pedestrianised and crowded, with restaurants, bars and souvenir stalls spilling out into the crowds. Mariachi bands and entertainers contribute to the cacophony of (rubbish) music coming from the bars. ...
... at Franz Josef, with thunder and lightning thrown in too. We have been pretty lucky with the weather up until this week when we have had to put up with rain, but it is the rainy season after all.
On Friday night we discovered that there is a 6 flags theme park near here, so on Saturday we got the metro and then a bus to the park. We found out while waiting for the bus that if we showed up with a 600ml coke bottle we would ...
... ll look at what they've got and enjoy life no matter what. They might consider this life their own taco, and it's a pretty good vision to have. Maybe this philosophy on life can be brought into our own lifestyles - play hard and serious, but accentuate the play. The notion of tickets may not necessarily represent physical entities. It could purely be a positive vision on life with taco representing life. It's a good system to live by. After all, no ticket, no taco.
... for some reason they gave us a teacher who spoke very little spanish. Im not sure what the logic in that was, but im picking up bits and pieces of the language at home, uni and when we are out.
When we got home only Rosita was here, which was a bit wierd because the house was so quiet! So we all just chilled out for a bit before dinner. Dinner was so nice. Rosita made soup and ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility