Secrets Capri Riviera Cancun
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the streets of Playa, and at 10.10pm I was informed where to go. Finally!
And so it came that I arrived at 10.30pm in a fast food joint, ordering a chicken burger on Christmas Eve and all the others had already finished their meals. I did not say much to the others, because I was honestly a little bit bitter about how this Christmas Eve went down. But well, I could not change it now, and after a silent ride home I started packing my stuff. I had to get up early for my 9am ...
... people where whipping their foreheads and fanning themselves more and he handed out more invisible glasses of tequila that the participants would knock back. Then he told them the temperature was dropping and it was getting colder. People were rubbing their arms and snuggling up to the person next to them. The show continued on like this. It was quite amusing.
After the show we wandered around a bit more then headed back to our room to read, relax and blog.
... incredible pockets of unique beauty truly captivated me. It honestly felt like we'd entered another world. Once we returned from our bike ride the four of us were starving, so we found a great little organic and gluten free cafe to grab some lunch. After waiting the most ridiculous amount of time for our food we inhaled it down and then we dispersed to spend a couple of hours doing our own thing. Stuie went exploring and Stephie, Jess and I hit some shops ...
... hate window shopping. We looked in Bershka but they didn't have anything and then I spotted Pull & Bear. True enough the coat I wanted wasn't in the sale but as I wet and getting cold I thought a sensible purchase was a necessity, so I brought a lovely cream hoodie with a gold zip up the front. Practical and warm with a hood to keep me dry, and for once Mike agreed with my reasoning behind the purchase. Instead of selling the usual tourist tat ...
GOL 8-16, my first real work shift of the season. It was a busy one, but mainly because we had to figure out how everything works. The phone system, getting excursion sales up and running, fixing practical stuff like our slightly incomplete phone list, realizing that some computers that have not been used since last summer are actually not working, and fixing a "to do"-list to set our routines for the winter.
Since I'm the one who has been working ...