Azul Beach Hotel, by Karisma
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- Continental Breakfast
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... was assisting J.P. with two Open Water students.
Every Monday there is all you can eat spareribs night at Kelly's. So we all went there to get some of the famous spareribs. Unfortunately once we were all there and got our first plates the restaurant ran out of food. So it was not that worth going there. Maybe if there is not a big group like we were that eats all the stuff away it is more worth. But some of us did not feel well after the ...
... going to be a premier league standard of football playing, but it was free and it was a lovely sunny day. Thankfully the match started at 5pm so it wasn't too hot, and the sun starts to set about 5.30pm here. Mexicans are not know for their time keeping so, although the match started on time, people still arrived after half time! I know little about football but I do know that both teams were pretty appalling. I have to suffer watching football at home ...
... sauce, so were surprised to find they were tacos filled with chicken or cheese with the famous Mexican mole sauce containing bitter chocolate - delicious and completely savoury. Other days we had a crispy tortilla topped with bean paste, ham and spicy fried potatoes, squash and corn in tomato sauce with black beans and tortilla crisps with green chile.
The next morning greeted us and we awoke early to head down to the beach front after a simple but awesome breakfast at our hotel. As we approached the main dock area, a little old lady was sitting on a bench with local dive shop employees gathered around. A heavenly sight for any foodie was there in front of us. This little old lady was selling her homemade empanadas. And they were incredible, with a variety of her homemade salsas and hot sauces ...
... to the beach zone. I couldn't get Internet so my maps on the phone wasn't working, I had no idea which way to head. We walked a bit then just got in a cab and asked him to take us to the beach. He took us a long way into the hotel zone to a public beach called playa delfines, the cab cost twice what it would anywhere else in Mexico. Then we needed to buy sunscreen and water but there were no shops anywhere in sight only resorts and hotels, so we had to walk for ...