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... while Billy hops back in bed. It was only the minibar man coming to restock the bar so he left pretty sharpish but I was pretty miffed about his carelessness while I was in the bath. By the time I got out the bath, Billy was fast asleep again so I decided to leave it until he woke up. I spent about an hour on the balcony with my iPod, chilling on the hammock, before getting bored and deciding I wanted to go to the gym. I left a note for Bill with the time I ...
We didn't want to do the water activities and therefore we visited only the following park areas:
Horse Show - Equestrian Show
- Mexican churros and adelitas exhibited surprising moves on fine horses
- This show combined the elements of Mexican horsemanship with typical music and colors of Mexico
- People could seat in the water, feeding and touching the ...
... while diesel got all up in our grill like a big mama without child support, to the undisguised delight of the locals.
Granada was hot as the volcanos that surround it. We trudged around the colonial town hungover as hell with heat more energy sapping than a conversation with Kesha. A night tour of Volcano Masaya proved to be a perfect cap to the day though as we watched the magnificent sunset through a haze of volcanic gas plumes, then walked the spooky ...
... and we heading out to the Cancun strip to hit the Palazzo club. Very different to back home where we paid $70 each for open bar and table service. The club is pumping and we get our hands on a few foam pads with fluoro lights inside to wave around before the night gets crazy. I don't remember much from the night, but we make it home safely, clean our teeth and go to ...
... finished off the few remaining taste buds the Mezcal had left me. My coconut martini was already gone so I replaced it with a blackberry one, which although not as nice as the coconut still helped to take away the sting.
The sea food platter was generous; eight prawns, the same number of mussels, two grouper fillets, four calamari rings, and a huge clam served in its shell with garlic sauce and fried onions. Plus some grilled peppers and zucchini on the ...