Casa Alvarez Guest House
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Breakfast wasn't great but everything else was pretty good.
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... huts and bungalows on the beach you can set them up on and not get charged, we even got us both laying in one together. So I brought one. After we left the shop, the same guy was outside again and asked if we wanted a free drink? We knew there would be a catch but went along anyway because he was so friendly and we can't say no, he took us to a great restaurant around the corner, where we had a drink and even stayed for dinner which ended up being one of the best ...
... get the lay of the land and figure out the sites you really want to go back to visit. Our guide was great, explaining everything in both Spanish and English.
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