Iberostar Tucan Hotel
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... drink and dance. It offers 4 hours of continuous shows that apparently "put Vegas to shame."
Live it up on la playa
Walk into The Blue Parrot Beach Club. Grab a fancy cocktail. Sit back or cuddle on the giant cushions on the beach and listen to waves, and the music coming from the nearby dance floor. Catch breathtaking performances by fire dancers. Sit at the bar and trade stories with other ...
... to Jesus (who calls us the "Handsome Guests"). We'll also grab the resort train to travel faster to the Colonial side where El Dorado is, as well as a bigger shop and tonight's "Magic Kingdom" show... but we both get the impression Jesus is trying to discourage us from going to that restaurant. He says he recommends Rodizio, so we ask "Is El Dorado not good?". He seems to hesitate for a split of a second, then corrects himself and says ...
... more incredible places to discover and more amazing memories to make and while Braden was staying on longer, Hanneke and Huib were also leaving the island that day too. Knowing a sad goodbye to our new lovely friends was nigh we prolonged the reality by deciding to catch the same boat off the island together. We had a plane to catch and they had a bus to find but the great news was that we were all heading in the same direction and refused to believe we wouldn't find a way to meet up somewhere in ...
... from the weather chopping up the sea but it wasn't too bad. We arrived on the Isla Cozumel and walked in with our adventure stickers on our chest so the tour company can recognize us, we were looking for a Mr Bigotes. As we walked out of the ferry terminal past all the guys trying to sell tours and bike/car hire, we came across to young girls who called us over and asked for our names that were on the list. They gave us wrist bands and told us we would ...
... out in the jungle, a little like at the Wats in Cambodia. Here we have bicycle hire included in our ticket but with the rain and more rain I made the decision for us to pay $4 for someone to rally us around under an umbrella. This was awesome fun, everywhere we have been we have tried a new form of transport and this was a new one so great fun. Instead of being towed behind the driver you sit in a carriage in front this was so much fun whooshing along the jungle path, we pasted ruins ...