Saint Tropez Hotel
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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
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... were similar to Steven Woods' favourite haunt Mother Hubbards. It was actually at one of these stops where we got a message from Adam Ryan that he would be joining us in Colombia for 3 weeks in July. We were delighted with that bit of news and are looking forward to him coming over. As you can imagine there's **** all to do on a bus for 30hours so we mostly slept, talked ***** and listened to ...
I dragged the two lads out of bed because I wanted to go to the beach. It was also Easter Sunday but there wasn't anywhere to buy Easter eggs so we bought each other ice creams instead. For about two hours we lay on sun beds on the beach and just took it easy. Walked back to the room around 6pm and got ...
... just the three of us in our room with my iTube on shuffle. When we got down the town it was ******* rain so we took shelter in a bar opposite the nightclub. Deep house music was blaring from the bar and there was this one lad putting on a dancing performance on a table the likes we have never seen. If I was to send one man into a dance off against this lad I'd look no further than Alex Walsh. He's the only person I know that could match this guys flamboyance. ...
... honestly sell their souls for a band for the VIP section of Krystal. It always ends up being ***** as well and you spend your whole night have about fifty different ten second conversations asking people "what's the Craic". This 'VIP' area was just the upstairs and we were put sitting in the corner at a table by ourselves. The big tables were $100 to rent and were teeming with old bald lads and a few birds. Spent the majority of the night on the dance floor and had a great ...
... next hour of the trip until we arrived in Porto Seguro. From here I took a taxi, as that is what the hostel had given me instructions to do and I couldn't see any local bus. It was pretty expensive but I took it and got to the ferry port where I took the very cheap ferry for 10 minutes across the river to Arraial D'Ajuda. I then had to take a local bus for 10 minutes and get off and walk to the hostel for about 5 minutes. No one was to be seen when I arrived at ...