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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... supermarket across the road, it's like Walmart'...this is an actual thing that happened Absolutely perfect day today...beach, pool, pina colada in the pool, a tropical-green pedicure, with perfect weather at the most perfect beach We briefly met a black couple from Maryland USA in the salon, they had one of those foot spas where little fishes eat your foot flesh...as soon as the lady ...
... back to the IDC house for Beerpong, went out or some of us took the ferry to Playa del Carmen for partying all night long at the BPM festival and arrived back on Cozumel completely destroyed, resting for days to get back all the energy they need for diving! :-)
The family grows: Welcome to our new amazing friends Stephanie and AJ from New Jersey (our DM fellows and reasons that Leandra finally was allowed to watch The ...
Besides excursions, Mexico is famous within the company for its good accomodations. Some of us live in apartments in the center of Playa del Carmen. Some live in even nicer (I've heard, I haven't actually seen them yet) houses in an area at the edge of the town, next to big American villas. The guides working in our Cancun hotels of course live in Cancun (1-2 hour drive from Playa) and some still are living near our Blue Village concept hotels, as that's where they will ...
... not necessary, we have it they say.' So over two hours later, have they called, of course not. I feel a Tui billboard coming on - amazing service, yeah right. Anyway, must stay positive, think positive thoughts, channel the energy to get that release. Then we can escape to Playa Del Carman, but not before I've showed Pete the amazing bakery and we've picked up his meds. Three hours later and we are still waiting to be released. Thought I'd pop down to the cafe for ...
... a bit plastico Mexicano, but feels appropriately kitsch alongside the house band who are playing Latin-flavoured covers including Bowie's 'The Man Who Sold The World' and Robbie's 'Angels' amongst more domestic selections. We sit upstairs, gazing out at the street below. Opposite is a traditional wholesale store staffed by brightly-clad women selling fabrics and textiles, while the streetlife parading up and down is fascinating. Drunk girls ...