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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... I was walking. That would have annoyed me if I sat and waited that long.
I walked around the historic center for a couple hours, and it’s really nice. It reminds me a bit of Cartagena’s old town in Colombia, but this one is much smaller, and much quieter. There are a couple of old churches, and lots of shops and restaurants, but a lot of them were closed. I think a lot of places here only open on the weekend because it’s so quiet ...
... about or even recognising. The links with the freemasons and the Portuguese were very interesting facts about the town and its unique design. We realised by the end of the tour that this town is a very unique place. We then joined the group at a sea food restaurant for tea. We had a nice meal of large fish steaks for two with mashed potatoes which went down very well. Again a night of loud musical entertainment heard loudly from our room sent us eventually to ...
... doing anything. There aren't enough lockers which are too small for a big bag anyway - meaning even more floor space is taken up. Furthermore we were barely in the room before a girl already there (in a bed about 3 foot from the fan) told us a guy was robbed yesterday. It turns out that the panel between mine and Ed's claimed lockers can be completely removed. A smaller locker was heistely seized in reception but that is barely big enough for ...
... Diego lives in Brazil, he was asked to go home to Peru and fight for his country. However as Diego is a photographer, he had no idea how to use a weapon let alone fight in a war. After 3 days of not responding to the request Peru filed him on interpols list of most wanted. So Diego flew back home and was given the choice to go to prison or pay an enormous fine, so he paid the fine. Needless to say Peru and Chile did not go to war in the end. After hearing this crazy story ...
... taxi's to pick you up - if you can get hold of them or find someone that knows there number! The boat drops us off at Pousa Beach and then it's about a 30 minute hike thru the forest to the beach. As we are walking up a Brazilian guy with his wife mentions another beach that we could go to called Santo Antonio, which is on the way. (Signposted about 3/4 of the way to Lopes Mendes Beach) We decide to follow him and are glad that we did. It's a bit of a hike down ...