Grand Oasis Viva
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Outdoor pool
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... back, genuine, and friendly. From Rio Lagartos we had two islands we wanted to visit, one off the north coast called Isla Holbox (pronounced Holbosh), and one off Cancun called Isla Mujeres. We were aware that we had only really anticipated being in Mexico for a week, and were already on day 7 but didn't want to miss out on either of these islands, so we decided on one night on Holbox and one or two on Mujeres, depending what we thought when we got there. I (Lydia) was expecting ...
... pretending to know where we were going... Quick look at App now and again to maintain confidence..
Got off at correct stop and did the 20 min walk in 35deg and 96% humidity....
First destination was Malecon Americas.. a huge strip mall which would put the Perth ones to shame..
Still all the same sorts of retail outlets..
We went into one of the larger stores.. They sold veggies etc as well ...
... years. Fun fact: the night Jon and Shareen met, Jaime and I were there too. We had only been dating for a few months at this point, and we had all gone to a bar in Laguna Beach to see an 80's cover band - Flashback Heart Attack - and Jon met Shareen at the bar that night. Over the years I have become close with them too, so I was very happy to be able to be here for their big day. So, back to today....
Jaime and I slept ...
... this standard for Central America, was it going to be 3 months of cold showers?! We found somewhere to head for dinner, looking forward to getting some real Mexican food. We ordered a platter with a little of everything, guacamole, fajita, quesadilla and more. With a rum punch to wash it down. Delicious. While we were sitting there a guy walked past holding an animal that was squealing, we had a double take, it was a baby tiger. Hello ...
... English speaking islanders to the memorial. We met in the lobby where we had our meeting for field service and the territory was dished out and groups gathered. A deal had been arranged for us to have golf carts for the whole day for £20 per cart with four passengers each. It took over half an hour for us to get to our territory. For some reason our cart was slower than the others which was frustrating. It was a hot humid day in the thirties so we stopped at ...