La Kukula Lodge
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... wasn't going to be amazing as he seemed high as a kite. He introduced himself as Cliff and then proceeded to give me the lowdown on chemtrails (still don't know what these are) and how chemicals in the atmosphere are systematically killing all of us. And the goverments of this world are doing this willingly, of course, with the overall aim of reducing the world's population by 95%. He has chronic emphaseama ...
... Then we put the Celtic tops on and went out to celebrate St Paddys! Day 78 This day was a total write off. We didn't get out if bed until 2pm, and we pretty much went back to bed after lunch! We spent the whole day watching nature programmes on the laptop haha. Michael had a bit of an unlucky day. Ever since he stood on that sea urchin (two weeks ago or so) he has been complaining that it's still sore. I had another wee look to make sure it's not infected ...
... rough so snorkeling is out but we still make a decent day of it splashing around a little near the shore and drinking beers. After we all grease up our hands real purty like on a shared plate of seafood at a funky little food shack on the sand, we head back. The plate of food and the beer are barely enough to power us home so once we get back we hit the pizza shack (everything is some kind of shack in Puerto ...
... he has all the snow boots and ice shot glasses ready. He has a recording studio which has a drum kit, 4 guitars and sound proof walls etc. Theres a secret room with all his 'weapons'; gas masks, knives, bullet proof vests, guns and cross bow and arrows to kill intruders. He also has a massive amount of food stored... Beans, rice, flour, peanut butter etc in huge huge storage cylinders (with enough food to last 20 people for 3 years) this guy was ...
... where I also had to go to get the super long list for Claire that I had made with all of the sloth problems on it. When I told Judy what it was she asked why was I going. I told her that I would stay but I couldn't afford it. She said could I stay another week and what was the most I could afford!!! I told her that I'd usually try and spend $30 a day $40 max and she said, "How about $25?" Eeeeh!!! So I'm staying for another week. Not only that but Marcelo is away ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking