Hotel Casa Nobel
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... As if there's anything I could do about it. I was getting paranoid, looking at the clock, my bus was about to leave. I kept saying I have to go, asking for my passport back. They both refuses, the lady kept holding on to my passport, until the very last minute, literally at 5:44PM! They finally let me go when a guy asked where I was going, and I said I need to get to the bus, it's leaving!
... something to do with blocking the dissemination of the disease from the human liver. The other factoid he confirmed is that Vitamin B does help humans enormously. Apparently they still bite you but the body’s immune system just handles the reaction significantly better thus less spots and itchy reactions. He wouldn’t say whether it would reduce the risk of Malaria though so as of today ‘Splash, splodge, squirt’ is still part of the daily routine – ...
... só vemos putos, miúdos, bebés. Depois tentamos perceber o que se passa ali, e não dá para colar a história. A frieza e indiferença emocional ou afectiva no contacto, leva a crer que existem um número elevado de carteiros que se encarregaram de tratar do assunto. Mas no México, ao contrário da Ásia, há mão dada na rua, há abraço, mão na anca, mão na nalga (um ou outro caso observado), há beijo na boca, há beijo elaborado que faz falta de ar.
... out of our rooms but Trevor got the hotel to agree to let us keep one room to use for the day.
We took taxis to the bus station and Paul bought the bus tickets. They were 88 pesos instead of the 66 it said on the information on the Gap website but that is only about $2 so no major issue. The bus journey was 1.5 hours and we were dropped off right outside the site. We went to buy the entrance tickets and we thought they were going to be 90 pesos ...
... condo in Akumal, a beach town just north of Tulum, through some new Mérida ex-pat connections. But what to do before then? We knew we'd be leaving the Yucatan after hitting the beach, so now was the time to figure out what other natural or man-made wonders were a must-see on our list.
This is what we decided: Before heading to Akumal, we'll visit Celestún, Yucatan, for the flamingos; Calakmul, Campeche, for the little-visited jungle ruins; Laguna de ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking