Iberostar Tucan Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... shopping after breakfast. Then came lunch (I sampled one of the local specialities - fish ceviche) before spending the rest of the day in the pool. We had a relaxed dinner across from our hotel and then called it a night to prepare for our early wake-up of 5.30 to get our shuttle to the airport, off to New ...
... it when you see it with your own eyes. Well even then you think that it is not real. We especially were fascinated about the eagle ray we saw the first time in nature. We found out that what we saw on our first dives is standard here on Cozumel, so we are looking forward to experience this great marine life in the coming weeks! :-)
In this week we dove with Julian, Sara, Kale, Jessica (OWD) and Immy. It was a lot of fun doing great ...
... was in that cup, I was trying it.
My sister and I decided to hit the dance floor. Thank god for that superhero drink (which, by the way was pretty good) because after a few songs, we were the only ones on the dance floor. Not that we cared, but it was a bit weird. Eventually, we were joined by a few other people who were also from Canada - a very nice girl from Saskatchewan and cool guy from and a also a fun group from the UK.
... There was a mid-day rainstorm but it was quick. We stayed in the pool until after the bar was closed then had a quick shower and met up for dinner. We went to the buffet and went to bed around 9PM.
Friends wer Carla and Rob, Tammy and Mark, Jeanne and Mark, Richie and Casey (arrived Monday), Diane and Carmine (arrived Monday) and Dennis and Sharon.
... and popped out of the doors like a spider out of a hole - we had arrived and it was splendiferous. The resort is enormous and very spacious (it really was, we weren't just visually distorted from the tiny bus space) huge open buildings loosely designed on the Mayan structures. Giant hallways which are open at either ending producing a rather fine through wind accompanied by excitable swooping birds with their twitters ...