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#11 KalikLove

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    Posted 20 March 2012 - 06:05 AM

    YIKES- totally understandable but scary. 
     

    Originally Posted by TheWolferts 

    I wanted to do sky lanterns at our resort and we were told we could not do them because of the fire hazard they posed. A lot of the restaurants and bars have the dried grass palapas roofs, so if a lantern landed on top of the roof, *poof* the structure would basically go up in flames!

     

    I completely understand their reasoning, so I would check with your specific hotel on their policy.



     



    #12 MissBubbles205

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      Posted 20 March 2012 - 06:30 AM


      Oh no.. That would be terrible!!.. I too see their reasoning.. I'll check with our resort and/or reception location..

       

       

      Originally Posted by TheWolferts 

      I wanted to do sky lanterns at our resort and we were told we could not do them because of the fire hazard they posed. A lot of the restaurants and bars have the dried grass palapas roofs, so if a lantern landed on top of the roof, *poof* the structure would basically go up in flames!

       

      I completely understand their reasoning, so I would check with your specific hotel on their policy.

       

      KalikLove:  Ugh... IKR!!!.. It's soo devestating!!! :o(  No facebook.. No Pinterest.. Thank God I have my BDW though!! :o)

       

      Well A private estate sounds very lovely as well!!.. I'm sure it will be amazing and you will enjoy every minute.  Aww. It sounds like a nice island.. I've never been outside of the US, so I am very excited yet nervous on what to expect when going somewhere new.. Atlantis' resort fee's I almost fell out when I saw they were 500 a night!.. but them was told they offer group rates for 1/2 the price. My TA is working on that now, so I'm hoping they do in fact give us a great deal.. Fingers and toes crossed.. hehe..

       

      Aww, I know, they are soo exciting, but I am worried I may go overboard. I'm never a light packer to top that off..  Comfort baskets are great idea! That way things will be there if needed rather than giving everyone their own and some not use them.

       

      Ahh. I want to see your pinterest pic.. I bet they look awesome!


       

       



      #13 KalikLove

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        Posted 22 March 2012 - 04:37 AM

        As for packing- even tho you will be at a resort, you will mostly wear beach ware. I really wouldn't wear heals, but thats just me... it's way to casual of a place, well maybe a nice wedge would be nice for a night out.






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