- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... other than a Whale Shark.
Now we are back on the boat waiting for our third jump. Let me rephrase that, we are back on the boat silently praying this tour would end because being on the rocky boat became unbearable. No, we did not take Dramamine, because we were not warned it would be so rocky. We were sunburned, sea sick, and hungry, and for how cool the Whale Sharks were, we could not stand being on the boat anymore. ...
... food and play cards and just generally chill for the afternoon. As the weather doesn't clear we head home earlier than planned so we don't meet our friends after all. The new plan is to go out for dinner in la Isla which has a new Indian restaurant. I manage to persuade Mike to come with us as he feels slightly better. I thought we would get a taxi to the hotel zone but, oh no, Mike says we have to get a combi and bus. Dressed in my new jumpsuit and ...
... und Freiheit, die ich in Bocas del Toro empfunden habe, sowie an unsere langen, tiefen Gespräche, die Boote, das Wasser, das Essen, die lockere Tagesplanung und das intensive Erleben von den kleinen Dingen im Leben. Man trifft nicht immer auf Menschen, die man so schnell und bedingungslos ins Herz schliesst und die auch nach Jahren den Platz halten. Alles zu seiner Zeit... ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: My expectation of Isla Mujeres was exploring, ...
... cash out, and only Bethan's card had been accepted; although
luckily the next ATM we found proffered cash, so stress levels were high.
The single redeeming feature of city however was definitely the beach. We had
managed to catch blissful glances of the bright turquoise water and white sand,
and so even in the dark we could see how beautiful it was. The beach is the
only attraction to this very odd place. Ironically on ...
... So far in the Caribbean you can immediately get a sense of the islands frequented by daily hoards of cruise ship visitors and Isla Mujeres has that vibe but it’s got something else as well. It’s a lazy kind of meander around type place with a touristy beach-front and pedestrianised street full of souvenir shops and restaurants. Most people hang around this area in between stints at the wonderful beach; but we discovered a nice hint ...