Villas Paraiso del Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to not ask questions about experience we found a taco shop/dive centre that didn't care about safety at all. Sean has never dived before and so had to pretend he was Oskar from Sweden who is an advanced diver. After I explained to Sean that the dive instructors will help us a seedy Mexican man walked out from behind the taco grill with 0 English and said vamos (let's go). Sean was a lot more nervous now as I explained diving and everything to do from breathing underwater to ...
... than snowboarding because your legs are side by side not at a wide stance which gives you more balance. It also requires a lot of upper body strength (which I don't have) to use the paddle and manoeuvre the board. Over time I'm sure it would become easier but after half an hour I was done and let Mike have a go. We spent the whole day on the beach and had guacamole and nachos for lunch in the restaurant. The prices were good so we decided to have dinner there too. ...
... house with doors weighted with plastic bottles on ropes so they close. The restaurant area was sand with huge netting covering it to protect guests from the bugs. Our room was on the first floor facing the ocean. Painted bright white with a bed suspended from the part palapas ceiling and covered in a mosquito net. With a palapas roof something told me the net was to protect us from more than mosquitos - spiders and geckos could easily fall out onto the bed! As ...
... University, the Jacinto or Kuxil, and although I almost died during every training session/game in the sun, I loved every minute. I learnt so much from the basketball chavos del Unicaribe and all of their goodbye messages will be treasured forever. Thanks to the whole team for welcoming me with open arms and having the patience with my stumbling Spanish at the start where I would run onto the court and do something completely different ...
The hype was true…Isla Holbox (pronounced Hole Bosh) was about as mellow as they come—a no shirt, no shoes, no problem—kind of place with streets made of sand and golf cart taxis. The buildings are small, all similar in design, made of wood and decorated with dreamy little birchwood bird nest twine ball type light fixtures. The island, up until about 10 years ago, didn't have one single hotel! Now, there are some smaller ...