Hotel Riviera del Sol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... stories in Spanish are now non-existant. Today, vendors take the streets and persuade tourists to come to their carts or go in their stores. One vendor actually called out to me saying "Chin Chang Chong!" (To which I told him, in Spanish, that he should just speak Spanish.)
But don't get me wrong- even though I wish it hadn't lost its authenticity, La Quinta remains to be one of my favorite spots in the world. ...
Surprisingly enough - because we went to bed around 2am - we wake up before 8am. The weather predicted rain, but it's sunny outside so we're happy. We head to Kabah, one of the breakfast buffet restaurants, stopping by the lobby first to say hello to Jesus... who is as smiley as ever. While walking there, a big gush of wind blows the map of the resort I'm holding in my hand into the nearby fountain. ****. We eat, enjoy a mimosa, then walk ...
... prouder of myself & of Stuie my consistent rock of encouragement & support. After the day was over and all the snorkelling was done, Carlos brought out some fresh fruit and rum. We all had a shot as we made our way back to shore, what a way to end the day!! The sun was setting just as we climbed from the boat so we all decided to head to the split, the northern point of the island, a truly magical spot to watch the sun set while having a drink and after the day we'd ...
... is cheap. There are some nasty hurricanes in the area, close enough to literally rain on our parade every day so far but not close enough to cause us any major problems unlike elsewhere in the country. We have a few more days here before we make another leap south.... maybe by then the smoke would've cleared from the brain strain during Spanish lessons and we can mash a sentence together.... maybe the first thing I will order in Spanish is a Corona, they're pretty cheap ...
... got chatting to the two girls next to me, Emily and Cheryl from Ohio as I mentioned before. It was nice to have a chat and relive some of our travelling stories which I was happy to share with them both. From Tulum we were taken to traditional Mayan village too see how they live and to experience some of their food and customs. We ate homemade tortillas, drank some of their home made honey liquor and even took part in a traditional ritual for good health. Seriously I felt like I was ...