Iberostar Quetzal Playacar
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- Swimming pool
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... one of the airport personnel where we should go. She informed us we were at Gate E12. We wandered down to our gate stopping off at some airport shops along the way. Looking at a few books, pens and interesting snacks we continued on and found a few restaurants and decided on Ruby's Diner.
After a few minutes our waiter Chris came along. We ordered two waters and choose to share a quesadilla and mozzarella balls. They were a piece of deep fried heaven. So cheesy ...
... than we were any food or drink! Apparently you could get a deal on everything from Cruz and Yeyo to Acapulco Red, urging us to "try before you buy". We had to tell them "no" at least three times before they realised they were not going to get a sale but they didn't hesitate to try their luck again when we walked back up the strip!
There was a particular open air bar we frequented where rock music demanded an energetic vibe and there were swings around the ...
Day 2, well it felt like 12 trips to the grocery store. Were staying at a wonderful condo located in a prime location, with two markets within walking distance. One is a simple grocery located right across the street and another that is more like an upscale grocery store. With the condo lacking food and basics we had to stock up for the week for the group.
We started the day with a good breakfast at Primas followed by a walk of a couple miles down the strip before ...
... which dropped down into the coral to wait for us. David was so engrossed in watching the turtle he didn't see a second one coming at him full pelt, only swerving off at the last minute. And the turtles just kept coming throughout the dive...
We were hungry by the time we arrived back in Playa and couldn't resist the aroma coming from a small 'Pie Shop' as we walked back to the hotel. ...
... reception that we genuinely are here to play golf (we've even dressed especially for it and brought proper caps and our own golf balls, courtesy of David and Lynne from last week), he eventually lets us out on to the course and a professional called Adan Alvarez draws the short straw and has to teach us the basics of how to hold the sticks -sorry, clubs! - and hit the damn balls. As he tries to take us through the notions of grip, position, ...