Akwamar Sunzal Adventure Club
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... really takes you away from everyday life and allows you to just be in the moment.
Everyone pulled over in an eddy for a stretch break. Anna used the moment to talk us through the line of the next rapid, the "Gates of Hell". The Gates of Hell consisted of two humongeous boulders in the middle of the river that nearly touched. Each boulder produced a pillow with large diagonal waves coming off of it. The line was to charge at the boulder on ...
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... was served. Tonight we had caprese salad, chicken with a mango salsa, rice and key lime pie. Everything was very tasty. We were supposed to have a salsa dance lesson with local men and a local band that Anna knows. Sadly Carlos' band got a high paying gig at a hotel so they went there instead.
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