Villas del Caribe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... enclosures for the monkeys, they spend their days in the jungle and then return of their own free will to the enclosures at night, there are also 2 sloths here that are gradually being released back into the jungle. Ok, enough, wellies off and back to the hotel. Only to be greeted by 2 giant cicadas hanging about, one on the mosquito net of the bed and one on the floor by my boots, I instruct John to remove them! This is our latest night yet, it's nearly 10pm, we are shattered! ...
Today we rented bikes so we could tour the town and nearby places. For breakfast, we ate at a small little bakery and had amazing coffee. Next we got our bikes and headed off the jaguar rescue centre where we got a tour of the facilities and meet monkeys, birds, big cats, sloth, and an anteater who walks in circles because it has had brain trauma and they are trying to help him get better. While there is rained the whole time but ...
... walking along the road late at night outside of the city area with no street lights (no street lights over here) is bound to have a bad time. He then rolls back into natural remedies and discussing Manuka honey and how it's magic and he would drink bottles of it. Then tells us how he's still not feeling 100% and unsure why. I was going to pipe up and say it's all the natural **** he's slamming down his throat which has zero clinical evidence behind ...
... of the final chocolate products - they were nice, but a bit gritty. Quite similar to the chocolate I make at home with cacao powder and cacao butter! And then our final stop of the day, a small hike to a waterfall. It was still raining, so rather slippery, but only a 10 minute walk down to the waterfall. It was pretty, but not really swimming weather! But I did spot a tiny little red frog! So cute! I love frogs!! We got back to the hotel at 4pm. And time to do ...
... who we had a lovely chit chat with, and then pay for his lunch! We ate casados, the traditional dish there, which is amazingly cooked chicken in a carribean sauce with rice (beans) and plantain, it is so good. We then wandered around town and back to the hostel to chill in the hammocks for the afternoon as it was raining hard. That evening we cooked pasta, had a few beers and played beer pong before hitting the ...