Grand Oasis Palm
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
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... a ridiculous gringo drinkathon the unfortunate locals of San Juan endure weekly.
The perfect tonic awaited however, as we ventured to Ometepe, the insanely beautiful island in the middle of Lago Cosibolca, which is home to two active volcanos and lush bushland around. The following days we charged around on ATVs on roads bumpier than a relationship with Chris Brown and swam in the surrounding waterfalls and lagoons.
Lake Apoyo brought more of ...
Today I slept in till 10 and got up and visited the local mall for about an hour - nothing special and back to expensive compared to the US! Headed back to the pool and stayed there till about 9pm :) best day doing nothing. Anitia got up at 6am that morning to go to some pyramid 2.5hours away but I was more then happy to do what I did! Tonight I wanted to go out... I didn't want to stay in the hotel for ...
... and see how the tummys handled it.
Today we spent majority of the day down by the pool taking part in the activities. We played trivia, bingo and took part in the aquarobics class (and yes Blake did it too!). The resort offers heaps of other activities such as spanish lessons, dancing, yoga, beach walks, ping pong tournaments and much more. There is something for everyone.
... wet tee shirt competitions and wild parties. Roughly translated for us Aussies, 'Springbreak' stands for 'School holidays'. So, just like hitting the Gold Coast during school holidays, the place is infested with kids. But that does not take from the beauty of this beach, but I'm not swimming amongst the families, so I begin to walk. I can see crowds off in the distance, on the beach, that's where I'm heading. The thing is, what looks like a crowd from a ...
Wow - yesterday was a really long day. The flight was super long. The air hostess ladies said it was the longest flight to Mexico they'd ever been on. It lasted over 10 and a half hours. Apart from so being long, it was ok except for the fact we were surrounded by a right idiotic family who were loud and irritating. Even the crew hated them. Mind you, one of them hated everyone. Martin was not a jolly man. He clearly hates people, especially those who dare to decline his ...