El Mar Tropic Ranch Resort Motel
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... and told us how the market vendors are struggling because there has been such a drop in tourists since the hotels significantly raised their prices. Many vendor stalls were no longer part of the market and others closed early each day when the business was so slow. I worry about how those people will make a living. I hope they are not forced to sell plastic owls to tourists! Back in the car after lunch, we keep heading north toward Grand Case Beach - our next ...
... swim in the Atlantic Ocean with lots of jelly fish. Darcy got some waves, although very small, but he had fun. Harry slipped back at the hotel. Late afternoon was spent buying a sat Nav and food for dinner and breakfast. After a early dinner, David and I went and admired the Art Deco district at night, so different, vibrant and colourful, lots of neon light, live music with flamenco ...
... that are that inconsiderate. Not long after I was woken up from that a baby started crying a few rows back, every body in the cabin went from settled and sleeping to well and truly wide awake. We got into the airport and followed the signs to the baggage claim that then put us on a train to then hop off and weave our way around. We were obviously the last ones to arrive at baggage claim as the carousel had stopped and our bag was the ...
... back to the hostel all got changed and set for going out, in our room was another guy called Travis who agreed to come out with us too. We head straight to a South American themed restaurant. Incredible food and more alcohol. Next place up the road, just so happened to be a karaoke bar. So we head in. One ******** of a drunk ***** sitting at the bar decided it was to be her show and every third song was song horrendously by her. There was also a guy sitting at the bar on his own ...
... became very alluring. And so, the preparations began to complete the last 100 km of the camino in northern Spain.
Over 100,000 pilgrims from around the world complete the camino each year. All have the same purpose, to get to Santiago de Compostela. All have different reasons for making the pilgrimage, ...
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