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Bobby-B
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Mon May 10, 2010 9:25 pm

ottomatik71 wrote: :twisted:
What the drymount dude, your on vaction in Mexico and you've been posting on EB all day. Must be one boring vacation! :shock:
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Mon May 10, 2010 9:30 pm

Give me a break. :roll:
we know wWHO you are.

Bobby-B,
Sitting by the pool all day, drinking Mexican beer..
That is not boring. I just don't feel like reading.
Wish you were here with me, cos there are some smokin' chicks.
Which does nothing for me, but you straight boys would be in Heaven!
----
the first few days of holiday are always R&R.
We start the day trips tomorrow.
Tulum
Xcel-Ha
Playa del Carmen.
Cozumel.
Etc.....
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Mon May 10, 2010 9:32 pm

ottomatik71 wrote:Give me a break. :roll:
we know wWHO you are.

Bobby-B,
Sitting by the pool all day, drinking Mexican beer..
That is not boring. I just don't feel like reading.
Wish you were here with me, cos there are some smokin' chicks.
Which does nothing for me, but you straight boys would be in Heaven!
----
the first few days of holiday are always R&R.
We start the day trips tomorrow.
Tulum
Xcel-Ha
Playa del Carmen.
Cozumel.
Etc.....

Have a fun and safe trip! :pint:
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Mon May 10, 2010 9:36 pm

ottomatik71 wrote:Give me a break. :roll:
we know wWHO you are.

Bobby-B,
Sitting by the pool all day, drinking Mexican beer..
That is not boring. I just don't feel like reading.
Wish you were here with me, cos there are some smokin' chicks.
Which does nothing for me, but you straight boys would be in Heaven!
----
the first few days of holiday are always R&R.
We start the day trips tomorrow.
Tulum
Xcel-Ha
Playa del Carmen.
Cozumel.
Etc.....
Xel-Ha was pretty cool, have fun, check out and swim the underground river system (Cenotes) at Xel-Ha, seemed unique and fun
"...youre not actually looking at Schulz-Neudamm's tones and lines, youre looking at a jpg of those tones and lines run through a photoshop filter to make them simpler for a simpler printing method. so... superior? ..."

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Mon May 10, 2010 9:40 pm

ottomatik71 wrote:Give me a break. :roll:
we know wWHO you are.

Bobby-B,
Sitting by the pool all day, drinking Mexican beer..
That is not boring. I just don't feel like reading.
Wish you were here with me, cos there are some smokin' chicks.
Which does nothing for me, but you straight boys would be in Heaven!
----
the first few days of holiday are always R&R.
We start the day trips tomorrow.
Tulum
Xcel-Ha
Playa del Carmen.
Cozumel.
Etc.....

SICK!!!! I was just down there. Stayed at the Grand Palladium White Sands Resort & Spa


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Mon May 10, 2010 9:43 pm

ottomatik71 wrote:Give me a break. :roll:
we know wWHO you are.

Bobby-B,
Sitting by the pool all day, drinking Mexican beer..
That is not boring. I just don't feel like reading.
Wish you were here with me, cos there are some smokin' chicks.
Which does nothing for me, but you straight boys would be in Heaven!
----
the first few days of holiday are always R&R.
We start the day trips tomorrow.
Tulum
Xcel-Ha
Playa del Carmen.
Cozumel.
Etc.....
R&R Mexico EB style! :lol: I myself would turn off the phone and cut myself off from the rest of the world!

Nice, you need to get charged up on some cheap ass tacos, super spicy chili peppers and some el Jimador and go out on the town and look for some fine Latino ass. If you see a local selling home brew tequila in a 2 liter bottle for cheap, buy that fudge. I love me the bathtub tequila!
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Mon May 10, 2010 9:49 pm

We're staying at the Royal Haciendas. 4 pools, but not saltwater.
I'm looking foward to Xel-Ha the most! It seems massive from the map. The photos of the caves look amazing.
Did you guys do the zip line? Was it worth it?
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Mon May 10, 2010 9:50 pm

ottomatik71 wrote:We're staying at the Royal Haciendas. 4 pools, but not saltwater.
I'm looking foward to Xel-Ha the most! It seems massive from the map. The photos of the caves look amazing.
Did you guys do the zip line? Was it worth it?

We drove by it. It looked wicked cool I think we are going to do it next time we go. Any idea how much it is?
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Mon May 10, 2010 9:58 pm

ipath2003 wrote:
ottomatik71 wrote:We're staying at the Royal Haciendas. 4 pools, but not saltwater.
I'm looking foward to Xel-Ha the most! It seems massive from the map. The photos of the caves look amazing.
Did you guys do the zip line? Was it worth it?

We drove by it. It looked wicked cool I think we are going to do it next time we go. Any idea how much it is?
we booked Xel-ha through our resort. It's a day trip all inclusive.
I think it was $120 for both of us. Which also includes Tulum.
I'm not getting used to the exchange rate here. I even downloaded the app on my iPhone.
It just seems much easier when our currency is less than the country I'm in.
I have no issues with the conversion of pounds or euros. But this peso conversion gives me a headache!!!
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Mon May 10, 2010 10:02 pm

xel ha is kind of a tourist trap actually.

I'd recommend going to cozemel........rent some scooters and then head south out of town. along the west coast all the way down to the southwest point is great snorkeling. Just stop at all the beaches/snorkel holes and jump in. Most have beach bars that you can refresh yourselves. Then head to the southeast part of the island, there is a great reggae bar there. East side is very scenic but dangerous to swim.

I also would recommend going to playa del carmen and hitting up the bars/restaurants......I like karen's and rolando's pizza. great nude beach north of town.

I'd also recommend going to isla de mujares or the town of holbox........great restaurants and chill.

as far as adventure tours go..........take a boat out snorkeling or if you dive, hit the cenotes or the walls off cozemel.
For the best concert and movie posters available, check out: http://www.jojosposters.com

For other art crap....be sure to check out: http://www.jojosfineart.com

And for the kinkiest records in the world......check out the newest website in the Jojo Empire: http://www.jojosrecords.com
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Mon May 10, 2010 10:04 pm

tulum is really beautiful and cool if you're into archeology/history.

my wife absolutely hated it and thought it was boring as hell.......I was climbing all over the place like a teenager. The beach might be the most beautiful beach in all of mexico w/ the ruins looking down on it.
For the best concert and movie posters available, check out: http://www.jojosposters.com

For other art crap....be sure to check out: http://www.jojosfineart.com

And for the kinkiest records in the world......check out the newest website in the Jojo Empire: http://www.jojosrecords.com
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Mon May 10, 2010 10:06 pm

Oh, and you'll never see more "mexican chickens" in one place in your life then Tulum.
For the best concert and movie posters available, check out: http://www.jojosposters.com

For other art crap....be sure to check out: http://www.jojosfineart.com

And for the kinkiest records in the world......check out the newest website in the Jojo Empire: http://www.jojosrecords.com
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Mon May 10, 2010 10:07 pm

jojobadass wrote:.....rent some scooters and then head south out of town. along the west coast all the way down to the southwest point you will find MBW's secret studio.
I hope you don't mind, I fixed that for you! :lol:

To the powers that be: I apologize in advance if this post incites more off topic chatter, but as you can see I am doing my best to turn it around :wink:
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Mon May 10, 2010 10:08 pm

this thread really doesn't have much to do about anything.
For the best concert and movie posters available, check out: http://www.jojosposters.com

For other art crap....be sure to check out: http://www.jojosfineart.com

And for the kinkiest records in the world......check out the newest website in the Jojo Empire: http://www.jojosrecords.com
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Mon May 10, 2010 10:09 pm

ottomatik71 wrote:
ipath2003 wrote:
ottomatik71 wrote:We're staying at the Royal Haciendas. 4 pools, but not saltwater.
I'm looking foward to Xel-Ha the most! It seems massive from the map. The photos of the caves look amazing.
Did you guys do the zip line? Was it worth it?

We drove by it. It looked wicked cool I think we are going to do it next time we go. Any idea how much it is?
we booked Xel-ha through our resort. It's a day trip all inclusive.
I think it was $120 for both of us. Which also includes Tulum.
I'm not getting used to the exchange rate here. I even downloaded the app on my iPhone.
It just seems much easier when our currency is less than the country I'm in.
I have no issues with the conversion of pounds or euros. But this peso conversion gives me a headache!!!
Never book anything in the hotel!!!! Check this board out, it will give you the best stuff to do in Coz and Playa and tell you who to go with. Usually half the price and ten time better experience than hotel or cruise operators.

http://boards.cruisecritic.com/forumdisplay.php?f=587
I've used these suggestions around the world about 12 times - never disappointed or ripped off. When in Coz definitely go to Pancho's Backyard for lunch or dinner.
All right Hamilton!
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