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... 70Q per person for a dorm bed. Semuc- Zephyr Hostel. Lanquin. Hostel is relatively new so the dorm rooms we stayed in weren't really finished. No power points, no fans and the windows isn't open so it was hot as hell at night. Rooms $45Q per person in a dorm. The hostel has a good set up. You buy every thing from here food, drinks and tours. They have communal dinners every night that are pretty yummy. It's right near the river so you can go swimming and it's set in the ...
... people that matter most in our lives that drove each decision made, and we wouldn't have done it any other way. Love was the theme of our wedding, and at the end of the weekend, not only did Adam and I know how much we loved each other, we were confident each of our guests knew how much we loved them.
Now we begin the highly anticipated T n' A World Tour Honeymoon and we invite old and new friends to join us along the way. Let's do ...
... i am one lucky girly to have such amazing family that like travelling too.
we watched drag queens do acappella. awesome. ate like queens ourselves and i had some reflexology massage. nice. also conned my relatives into taking home presents for others i had collected to pass to my mum and dad in august in canada. back pack lighter. sweet!
thanks Mike and Nina, i owe you a million!
so sad to ...
... I was pleasantly relieved when I tried it on later and liked it.
When we went downtown we walked down by the Malecon along the ocean. The city has redone it and it is so relaxing as the cars can't drive there any more. We had lunch at the Cheeky Monkey that someone had told us about last year. It's on the second floor overlooking the ocean so is a great view. We didn't mind at all that the service was a little slow. As we were walking along the Malecon we sat ...
... on something and I take a look at a loonie size scab on his rear right hip, not knowing what it was I go off to the vet around 12:30 for a consultation. “Welcome to Vallarta” she says, it is a fungus from him going in the sea and not drying quickly. She cuts away some hair, sells me some spray and off I go for a total of 120 pesos, charged for the meds only.
Off I go to the Barracuda, what used to be the PV Beach Club, on the water, away from the hustle and ...