Viva Wyndham Azteca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... two men with very Texan accents. I loved it. Smiling and ease dropping I listened in to what they were ordering. A burger.... with extra mayo, mustard but NO ketchup. Don't worry sir the burgers don't come with ketchup. Did you want bacon on it. The man hmm'd and haa'd and finally said in his Texan drawl. Yaaaaaa throw sum of that on there tooo. hehe. I was enjoying myself.
After exploring a littler more we sat and waited a little while for our flight. The gate ...
... out-of-season we were able to enjoy the cheap sun lounger deals, BOGOF beers, and knocked down prices for our superb beach massages. We also wanted to take advantage of the wonderful aquatic life Mexico so generously offers, so we decided to book the second half of our PADI Open Water scuba qualification. The theory and exams were completed at home before we left but we couldn't par-take in the practical dives at the time as Adam had just endured keyhole surgery on his ...
... they are not pies here, they are empanadas but essentially they are pastry wrapped around a filling. Cheap as can be and very, very tasty.
Aude had booked a table for dinner at El Diez, an Argentinian steak house. The menu was a bit confusing, even comparing English, Spanish & French versions it was hard to determine the cuts of meat. Everyone took a guess on ordering and no one was disappointed.
... we left for an early night. Breakfast is included and brought to your room (I don't think they have a dining room here) but room service is always welcome! At 8.30 as requested we had a knock at the door and a lady brought in a tray of coffee, orange juice and pastries, not bad for £60 a night. We ate it on the balcony. So we have spent the first day just wondering around the town. It was really hot today and quite busy because a large Carnival cruise ship ...
... learned our names. We have a favorite bartender named Gerardo and he runs a really cool bar that is right on the beach and is only available to the upgraded guests. We happen to fall in that category. We have found ourselves sitting on the beach sipping Grand Marnier and Champagne in the evenings. They have these crazy planters and lighted balls that change colors. Clarice loves them and we play with them and pose with them every night.