Hotel & Club Campestre Altos Paraiso
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... a month! It's an epic house with a big pool, lots of rooms and hammocks. We all had a heap of fun in the pool playing volleyball! 26th May Tuesday We met some Aussies on the street who invited us around for a house party, we all started at Jayden, Dan and Mitches house. We took a few people from the hostel and all drank and chilled on the pool. The boys were jumping off the roof and Allana and Steph had a crack to! So funny! We all had a blast and headed down the road to ...
... in front of the two pro fishermen who had already had a bit of a chuckle at my reeling technic. Bobbie filmed me reeling it in, again the younger guy grabbed the fish at the side of the boat, it had a lot more fight in it this time, I thought we were going to let it go again, but then Jesus told Bobbie to stop filming and the young guy got a bit of wood and knocked the fish on the head a few times then dragged the massive Sail Fish into the boat, the big fish ...
... Zocalo Square. The side streets were packed with street vendors selling everything from enchiladas to greeting cards. The main square was surrounded on all sides by beautiful architecture. We strolled into the Metropolitan Cathedral dating back to the 1500's.
We happened to be in the city on a public holiday of some sort that involved colorful floats arranged all over the main square.
Although having street food for lunch was the plan, we shyed ...
... transparent I wandered down the hill and got my first glimpse of the famous Mexican Pipeline. For those of you like me who know about as much about surfing as a mountain goat, the M.P: is world famous for being one of the biggest and most powerful waves in the world. I pretty quickly decided that this was not the place to take the trainer wheels off the surf board. The thing is immense!
After a few sweat soaked laps of the Playa Princpial (Main beach) I decided ...
... br> After the trip we had an hour browsing though the local market which was a real treat! Everyone purchased Mexican items such as sombreros, ponchos, leather bags etc, and were looking very Mexican on the way home!
We returned to the hotel and had free time for an hour and, after some down time, we walked around our block to eat dinner at a cheap but very cheerful ...
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