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#118874 - 03/08/06 05:36 PM Another newbie question - 2 actually.  
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Sorry to be so anal with all the questions I've been asking, but I'm an information junkie.

On AC, can one drink the water/chill drinks with ice cubes, and, can the salads be eaten in the restaurants? I've got some less than pleasant memories of trips to Mexico. frown


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#118875 - 03/08/06 05:42 PM Re: Another newbie question - 2 actually.  
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The water and ice are good but always travel with liquid cork.

Anal? was that a pun?

#118876 - 03/08/06 05:51 PM Re: Another newbie question - 2 actually.  
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Quote
Originally posted by Belikin Bill:
The water and ice are good but always travel with liquid cork.

Anal? was that a pun?
Thanks for the information, and yes, it was. Good pickup. laugh


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#118877 - 03/08/06 08:02 PM Re: Another newbie question - 2 actually.  
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AC is not Mexico. The food and water are safe. This used to be a British conlony.

#118878 - 03/11/06 04:57 AM Re: Another newbie question - 2 actually.  
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Our resort(CM) ran out of ice (almost)every night,and we were up North.There are no places to buy ice that are open when you want. I made sure during the day to get a bag or two to have at the room just in case.It never made us sick and its nice to have ice..Oh Yes!!

#118879 - 03/11/06 05:34 AM Re: Another newbie question - 2 actually.  
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The food never was a problem and yes you can drink the water. Ice is a commodity though.IMHO.

#118880 - 03/11/06 08:02 AM Re: Another newbie question - 2 actually.  
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The water is fine & so is the ice right out of the frig, the only time I would consider buying ice is if I were making Frozen drinks in the blender. Brushing your teeth wiyh the tap water has never been a problem, as said earlier " this ain't Mexico," thank God.

#118881 - 03/11/06 09:28 AM Re: Another newbie question - 2 actually.  
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Don'y worry clover, till the ice runs out!!

#118882 - 03/11/06 10:02 AM Re: Another newbie question - 2 actually.  
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Have drunk the water on San Pedro for over 4 years totalling 12 trips and made ice with the tap water. Never got sick. bought bags of ice . Never got sick. Ate lots of salads. Never got sick. No worries about the ice or the water on ambergris caye, John in denver

#118883 - 03/11/06 11:31 AM Re: Another newbie question - 2 actually.  
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We always had bottled water. My husband and friends made coffee with tap water and said it was fine. I made the first ice with tap water and could taste it when my drink watered down. No one else could.
Most of the salads I had were crisp and tasty. I especially liked the one I had at Elvi's.

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