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... doing not much as that night we had tickets to Mamita’s for the final day of the BPM festival. We had intentions on heading to Tulum or other tourist sites, but the masses of people here for the festival, coupled with that I felt our bodies were subconsciously telling us just to enjoy our accommodation and totally relax, it never eventuated. Pete dropped in for a dip in the rooftop pool prior to us leaving for the festival, he wanted a ticket but ...
... it, read it! the best thing that you can get from PADI), Slates, a training log book, the Instructor Manual and other papers... With a bunch of new stuff - oh yes we really feel proud and cool :-) - we headed home for a DVD evening with our house mates.
Snorkel Tests: Keith, Sara & Michael - Family Dinner: Hello and Welcome new Family members!
Sometimes you have to say goodbye to new friends, wishing them ...
... shop for souvenirs, explore the new 'American' mall, stroll on the beach, try some authentic Mexican food or grab a cerveza on one of the many terraces during happy hour (i.e like anytime between 11 am and 7 pm). By night, La Quinta reels to a nightlife spot that offers something for everyone. You'll be able to party at a an exquisite beach club, go salsa dancing, get hammered at Amercian-style bars where the staff will ...
... an evacuation nightmare....if a fire had started we would have been toast (burnt toast). Once inside we started taking advantage of the all you can drink. We found a spot near a fire exit that was also close to the main stage, a toilet and a bar so we hung there the entire night. The shows were really cheesy, much like everything in Mexico so far, but it was still impressive and we had a good night. ...
... Ish-caret"). I don't really know what to call it. An adventure park, theme park, zoo or gigantic garden? It has everything! In one area, you're checking our pumas. Then around the corner there's a beach and snorkelingactivities. A boat ride in a river. A butterfly garden. A horse show. A Mayan-themed and a Mexican-themed evening show. A big lunch buffet. A Mayan cemetery. Loads of souvenir shops. Guided tours all day.