- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... de Janeiro with a 22hour stopover in Bogota, Colombia. The problem was that when we went to the Avianca check in desk they wanted proof of onward travel out of Brazil i.e a bus ticket or flight. We had neither of these. Our tourist visa for Mexico had also expired (if you enter the country by land you can only stay something like 4/5 days) so we were up **** creek without a paddle. In fairness to us we didn't panic. First thing we had to do was pay ...
... hour and cost $35 for three of us so I don't get how that worked out. Oh well, can't do anything about that. I was the first in the queue for BA (get in) and it was stupid because the self service check line was huge, like out the door and then the normal check in line had no one so sometimes it doesn't always pay to do it yourself. Went straight through security which I was very pleased about as you know my history with security but they didn't even ask ...
... on the chairs, was pretty fun. I love Mexican food so was really looking forward to trying the real thing while I was there! On our first night about 12 of us went out to 'The City' a club on the main strip. It was huge, the biggest in Latin America, a converted basketball court and held 11,000 people. All the bars here seem to be a bigger cover charge to get in with an open bar and ...
... coughing three or four times I lost my voice momentarily and used up countless tissues. Unbelievably, I still like it, albeit in small doses.
Next, it was on to La Taberna, the best bar and maybe the only greatest bar in Cancun. The waitresses wore referee outfits and there were a mix of Mexican, Brazilian and Colombian fans eating, drinking and passionately following the Brazil v Colombia game. Marlene left after the first half and then I offered ...
... the shade. The bathrooms were beautiful with no queues (unheard of at home) and all the floors were marble. Both evenings we went out after to eat with friends which, added to everything else, made the weekend very enjoyable. My advice to anyone who is a position to serve abroad is to try it - whether its for a month or a year, just give it ago. We have met so many brothers and sisters who are now our friends and you get to see that we are in a worldwide ...