Suites Costa Blanca
- Non-smoking hotel
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... shots. I kinda sharked my way in and made friends with them. They were 19 but seemed lovely and we played the "we're from England" card which worked a treat. A few shots were had and we tried to swap room numbers but they said they were moving rooms tonight. The barman gave us a sharpie and we wrote our room number on their shoulder so they could call but they haven't so far - they might have moved to one of the other palace hotels. After several cocktails and ...
... t stretch out our legs for nearly two hours. Also, on the way back, the bus stopped on some points for shopping.
So we decided for our trip to XCARET a private bus for only two of us. And it was worth. It took only a little bit longer than one hour and it didn’t stop at any shopping areas. The tickets for the entrance were included in the price and the nice driver guided us to the entrance and discussed in Spanish ...
... a ridiculous gringo drinkathon the unfortunate locals of San Juan endure weekly.
The perfect tonic awaited however, as we ventured to Ometepe, the insanely beautiful island in the middle of Lago Cosibolca, which is home to two active volcanos and lush bushland around. The following days we charged around on ATVs on roads bumpier than a relationship with Chris Brown and swam in the surrounding waterfalls and lagoons.
Lake Apoyo brought more of ...
... his head out and give us some rays and she us the beauty of the Cancun beach. So blue and the water is clear as. Let alone how soft the sand was. It was like a slushy when wet. After a couple hours or so of swimming, tanning and walking u the each, we head to a mall for lunch and Leesh to try find a pair of covered shoes for tonight's antics. No luck in the shoes. So ...
... and save the Krystal until the day I check out - I'll have some time to kill in the morning before I catch my 3.05 flight to Havana.
Further on I found Casa Tequila. Once again, no walls, no A/C, but ceiling fans. I had a couple of Mezcals - a Monte Alban and another brand - an aged Mezcal called Calabasa I think which the waiter pretty much insisted I order.
Marinero's was right across the road, so I decided to have lunch. Grabbed a table inside (which is ...