Grand Oasis Palm
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Room service
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... cost (about $4 each). The cop claimed there was a 40km speed sign among the 70km stretch, but it looked like a tourist trap as he ignored all the other locals speeding past us!
We continued two hours to Tulum, all passengers snoozing the whole way. The ruins entrance was well populated by carpark “attendants”. Christopher was skeptical that these guys were official, so drove past them all, till we ended up as the only vehicle on ...
... lounge. Nibbles and margaritas to start with :) then we moved on to a couple of piña coladas and Dylan even had a tequila sunrise and we had some more nibbles. Nice! Back to the room and we lay down for a nap at about 8:00 and woke up 2 hours later! A bit of jet lag catching up on us! We ordered room service for dinner and Dylan had the flank steak and I had a club sandwich. We packed up our things ready for tomorrow then off to bed at ...
... water is so clear and warm, just like a jacuzzi. I stayed at the Oasis Resort and Spa. Everything was inclusive when I booked my trip. The food and drinks were all free, I just tipped extra. The resort was so spacious and clean. The marble tile was polished twice a day. There was a built in bar in the outside pool ...
... br> Packing my bags was a little complicated by the cast number medical supplies that had kindly been donated by my employers at the GP practice I work at. I had bags of gauze swabs, blood taking needles, tongue depressors, aprons, gloves, condoms, wound dressings and sterile suture kits. I rammed it all in somehow and left for the airport around 10am. Check-in was a breeze and I was reassured to be told by two United Airline employees (this is important for later on!) that ...
... breathtaking centotes in the world and we did a tour that let us visit 4 of them. We got to do zip lining, snorkelling, kayaking, cliff jumping and abseiling on top of seeing some of the most incredible cenotes! It was an amazing day and a fantastic bucket list check.
- Tequila shot for breakfast in Mexico. I was actually dreading this one and left it to our very last morning. Luke was my trusty shot companion as ...