Hotel Los Arrecifes
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... show, then this is something you should do if you are given the chance. It starts at 11pm and finishes at 3am... I didn't really think I'd be able to do the whole night initially, but once your in that door you really don't want it to end.
Coco Bongo was an amazing way to finish the entire trip, it's sad that it's all over now, as this is the last group activity we do as the tour group.
After Coco Bongo was over, we started to say goodbye to some ...
... their service areas needing help to find things out or fix stuff.
The GOL office is shared with our resort admin Minna (who I know from Rhodes - a lovely lady!), our manager Ida and the destination manager, Sofia. We had a lot of fun and I can tell that there will be a great spirit in this office all season.
I ended the day with a night out. Iben came at the right time, as this week is the last week that a lot of people are off on the same ...
... a swim in the cold fresh water! Then it was lunch (tacos) and then on to Chichen Itza! A very very hot walk around (Karina said she almost died!?) with the tour guide to learn about the Mayans. Still a lot to be discovered. The majority of the Mayan (other Mexican cultures aswell) buildings, documents and history was destroyed by the Spanish when they invaded/overran in the 1800s. They thought it as 'black magic'. A walk around a few tombs, alters, human ...
... immigration in about sixty seconds and our bags are the first on the carousel. And as if to greet us is a huge sign announcing the New Year's Eve spectacular by David Guetta in Playa Del Carmen to which we've wangled VIP passes. However as we're ushered into our car to transfer from Cancun to Playa del Carmen our luck changes and rain starts to pour down, a rather depressing reminder of home. And then at our hotel, once wrist-banded for our VIP ...
... went right at first, seeing lots of fish just off of the jump in point. The farther we swam, the less and less we saw. Needless to say, we were very disappointed. After about half an hour of swimming around and not seeing anything, we headed in and decided to ask where to go. The front desk didn't have any maps of the area, and didn't give us any more information than that. About to call it a day, we decided that we would try swimming on the left side, in hopes that we might ...