Grand Plaza La Paz
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on the opposite side. This made for some pretty good submerged GoPro videoing and we got some great close up shots of the the couple. Occasionally, they would pull a "Crazy Ivan" and reappear at a right angle trajectory from the direction they'd originally been heading. Phillipe was on it though, and had us back along side. A few times the whale almost responded to Eric's rapid sloshing of the water with his hand, which in the past, has resulted in intimate petting ...
... the season. Second was that were no restaurants that specialized in local cuisine. Two Italian restaurants, a sushi restaurant, and several high end dining places but nowhere to grab fish tacos on the go. Luckily, most places had a few local dishes or Mexican influenced specials.
Another theme for the trip would be going to bed early. The long day of travel, jet lag, my illness, early sunset and our ever increasing age made staying up late very difficult. We were asleep before ...
... but I doused it in that much Chili it was barely recognisable), then went out snorkelling on my own pretty far out, so by the time I got back, and it was time to go and hit another snorkelling spot I couldn’t really be *****…. But afterall, this trip set me back about £35, so I was getting my monies worth no matter what!
Had an absolute mission getting back to Karla’s house that night. Was pretty sure I got on the right bus, although left it ...
... the wiser. The weather from the hurrican was starting to catch up with us so for the rest of the day we had strong winds and white caps. We changed sites for the next two dives, each time trying a sheltered section of an island but we just couldnt escape the poor visibility all the plancton that was sitting at the bottom had been pushed up and washed around to change the colour of the sea from blue to green, so the visibility was useless, you could barely see your hand if you ...
... allowed to ferment and is distilled. The more expensive and usually smoother tequilas are derived from pure agave juice and are aged for varying periods, the better ones in wooden barrels from the USA; the more affordable ones come from a mix of agave juice and other sources of alcohol. Young varieties spend no time improving in wooden barrels.
We ended up sampling not one but several different grades of the fiery liquid and to cap it all were handed a margarita before ...