Hotel Reef Yucatan - All Inclusive & Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... day, and head to the water of choice. We get our chairs or blankets placed just right, those with hair pull it into a pony tail or off their face, lotion up with the SPF required for the days sun, hunker down and bake while reading or chatting with our neighbors. When it's time to turn over we usually have a dip in the days chosen water (pool/ocean) and do a little synchronized swimming, some aquafit, or just float in the coolness of the ...
... his shoulder, Chris with a backpack) so we stopped at the local cantina for a couple of cold ones, then down to the beach for a little snack of marquesatas and esquites (crepe fried crunchy filled with cheese and nutella; corn kernals in a cup with mayo, lime juice, chili) then the bus ride home. David looked in the bus first to see if there was room for 4 giants with grocery ...
... but followed up with an email that didn't go through either. This condo is pretty well all Canadian so assuming Sunday is a busy night on the internet with people calling home to their families. Will try again tomorrow.
It is Robbie Burns birthday today so we had a celebration. We didn't have haggis or Scotch, but we did have beans and rice and Mezcal! We think Robbie would approve.
Watched a movie and off to bed.
... and ex-pats from Europe, mostly England and Ireland. One old Irish guy sang some originals, including one where the tag was "I masturbated today!" and he had a room full of non-native-English-speakers clapping along to his seemingly indecipherable notes. We really, really got a kick out of that. A great night continued when after the show, we met up with more people ...
... he jokily warned that we
had better watch closely as we would be going next, and then as the next
patient walked in Roz was handed 2 pairs of scissors and told to get to work
(chivalry and ‘ladies first’ being the convention that stopped me shoulder
barging her out of the way). In my head I also got to help build a plaster
cast, but in reality I actually had the privilege of holding an old man’s
slightly smelly foot and calf whilst one of ...